On Giving Tuesday, human rights nonprofit Silent Cry Inc. has much to be thankful for this year. Help the organization continue programs that benefit local communities, provide healing from trauma, and offer aid to those reentering society after incarceration.
"These Days," A Tale Of Latinx Youth Striving To Heal Trauma, Won Big At Chelsea Film Festival During Hispanic Heritage Month
"These Days," the debut of filmmaker Junior Gonzalez, is a rich docudrama about traumas and cultural ties impacting Latinx youth on Long Island. The film won big at this year's Chelsea Film Festival, particularly resonating during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Gloria Umanah created The Hope Booth after surviving struggles with suicidal ideation. Now, the nonprofit's all-BIPOC team installs hope-giving immersive experiences around the world. Join them September 10th in Atlanta for World Suicide Prevention Day.
"Sentenced to Pray": A Second Chance After Incarceration And Coping With Post-Traumatic Prison Disorder
While incarcerated, Sharon J. Davis channeled her trauma into prayer and creative expression, writing her autobiographical story "Sentenced to Pray." With the new film adaptation of the book upcoming, Davis shares how others can cope with Post-Traumatic Prison Disorder.
Police Response to Mental Health Crises Leads to Shootings and Trauma Inflicted on Black Communities
In Detroit, police response to people with mental health crises is resulting in fatal shootings and trauma, especially for Black communities. The spike in violence is part of a nationwide trend. How can we address and reduce the harm before it's too late?
Silent Cry Inc. Hosts Investment Day Mental Health And Wellness Fair At Michigan's Bradford Academy High School
Human rights organization Silent Cry Inc. hosted the Investment Day Mental Health And Wellness Fair at Michigan's Bradford Academy High School, addressing issues of young people's social-emotional needs and impacts of layered economic, cultural and racial trauma.
Kristen Stewart stars as Princess Diana in Pablo Larrain's film "Spencer," which uses the biopic format to depict female interiority with surrealism and darkness.
Mental health is becoming an increasingly popular topic worldwide. People are becoming more and more open to seeking help for their mental health conditions. This is because of the many benefits that online therapy has over traditional.
Shawanna Vaughn, founder of the nonprofit Silent Cry Inc., delves into her personal experience with the prison system and the multitude of injustices facing the incarcerated population.
Harlem’s Shawanna Vaughn of Silent Cry Introduces Historic Legislation To Address Trauma Surrounding Incarceration
New York, NY – For immediate release: February 18, 2021 Shawanna Vaughn, founder of Silent Cry...
After watching 2018’s Hereditary [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6wWKNij_1M] I found myself with a rekindled love for films that frighten, so you can only imagine my excitement when it was revealed that the director of Hereditary would be releasing a new movie in the summer of 2019, fittingly titled Midsommar [https:...