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Stop the Stigma of Mental Illness

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Stop the Stigma of Mental Illness


Many people either know someone with or are they themselves dealing with some form of mental illness. Depression, addiction, and or personality/mood disorders etc are more prevelant in the world and yet such a stigma revolves around the topic. Let's together attempt to dismantle this stigma by normalizing the discussion of mental health.

This is a semi annual event since 2017. A $2-5 donation is requested to continue the event.
NO ONE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS!

Mission
To create a safe space for expression of mental illness from expression, struggles, to coping skills and more.

TRIGGER WARNING
Discussion of suicide, depression, mental health, and abuse and/or assault may occur.

SPEAKERS/PERFORMERS

Ladi Glori "maximize truth minimize shame" - https://www.facebook.com/ladiglori/

Lexi Spiro

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VENDERS

Indigo Alchemy By TTorn - salves and face scrubs

Second Guess Stitches - cross stitch and embroidery

Sadie B - audio collages, experimental music _ "Sadie B is a kid sort of from Baltimore. Their work consists of jumbled attempts at exploring topics such as eating disorders, psychosis, and sexual abuse."

Jennipur Jane - jennipurjane.wordpress.com
Macabre Artist and tattoo apprentice living with her partner and their two fur babies.

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MUSIC PERFORMANCES

CALL FOR ARTISTS, VENDORS, MUSICIANS, AND POETS, AUTHORS, & SPEAKERS!

There will be a small vending fee of $25 to table at the event.
We ask only that what you are vending keeps in mind the theme of the event.
If you live with mental health issues then you qualify, if you treat or make medicines for mental health or self care then you qualify.
There is no fee if you are performing. If interested in performing music, spoken word, poetry, writings or other speaking parts please include an example of your work and any trigger warnings that may be necessary.

Please contact Tarryn Torn via fb or email (dGFycnludG9ybiB8IGdtYWlsICEgY29t) if interested.



Map 401 N Howard St, 401 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, Baltimore, United States
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