BIPOC communities are rooted in collectivist cultures, which recognize that each person’s health and wellness is deeply interconnected with their communities. When one person seeks to take care of their mental health, it has an impact on the wellness of the community at large. Let's make a bigger impact together! Join us Monday evenings in July for the National and Local collaborative event where we spotlight BIPOC Mental Health Month Hosted the AAEA Mind Your Business Workshop Series featuring Culture, Community, and Connection.
Format: National Speakers will be presenting and interacting with local based groups via Zoom for about 45 minutes discussing the topic of the day. After the national subject matter speaker is concluded, cameras go off and the conversations shift from the national overview of the topic to how it affects business owners on the localized level. Present at the local locations will be a subject matter specialist and AAEA Ambassadors to keep the conversation running. This will enable participants to express concerns, have conversations focusing on the local challenges that BIPOC face in the immediate community and to learn more about local resources in order to elevate the participants' mental health approaches most effectively.
All 4 Session Live Subject Matter Speakers will be broadcast live on the AAEA livestream platforms for anyone not wanting to attend the classes: https://www.facebook.com/aaeassociation
Dates: July 10th, July 17th, July 24th, & July 31st
Event time: 6:30- 8:00 pm (EST)
RSVP required for In-Person Classes.
AAEA Headquarters Office
601 Innovation Way, Daytona Beach, FL