The Bryce Gowdy Story: The Stigmas of Mental Health in the Black Community

The event will be a mental health panel consisting of mental health professionals, Bryce Gowdy’s mother, and friends of Bryce. Which will include an informational and vulnerable open discussion about the stigmas that have been prevalent throughout the Black community. In the initial portion of the event, we will be viewing ‘Long Live Seven: The Bryce Gowdy Story’ which is a short 30 minute documentary about the suicide story of 18 year old and Georgia Tech recruit, Bryce Gowdy, from Deerfield Beach, FL. Following the documentary, the panelist will introduce themselves and begin speaking about the subject and reference the documentary. Then the panelists will begin answering questions and engaging in further discussion. This event is important and crucial to Black History month because statistically speaking the Black community has been underrepresented in terms of receiving the proper help. Typically those who reside in low-income communities and have little to no knowledge on the appropriate resources that can benefit them

Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Black Student Union House


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