We See You, Sis

Kia Shrine Jeffers would like to invite the NAMI community to attend a presentation of "We See You, Sis", a short play about depression, depression-related stigma, and the resilience of Black women. This is a research project funded by the CA Arts Council, so the people who attend will be asked to take an anonymous survey before and after the performance, as well as participate in a discussion group to share their thoughts about the play. They will receive $20 for their participation. Details re: the times and location of the play are below. Please let me know if you have any questions, or follow this link to RSVP. 
WE SEE YOU, SIS
Written by Kia Skrine Jeffers
Produced by the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society
and Healthy African American Families
 
You are invited to attend a performance of:
We See You, Sis
 
The Performances Will Be Held on the Following Days/Times
Friday, May 17th at 7:30pm
Sunday, May 19th at 11am
Sunday, May 19th at 3pm
 
Location:
Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center
4305 Degnan Blvd #101, Los Angeles, CA 90008
 
RSVP for one of the performances at: weseeyousis.eventbrite.com
 
As part of this event you will have the opportunity to participate in a short anonymous survey
on the arts and mental health for a UCLA Research Study before and after the play. This survey is optional.
There will be a 45 minute focus group after the play and you will receive $20 cash for your participation.
 
Help us out in our efforts to explore how the arts can move people and de-stigmatize depression.
You may visit our website for more details: www.weseeyousis.org
Details will also be available at the event.
 
For questions about the project and study, please contact the researcher:
Kia Skrine Jeffers
kiajeffers@ucla.edu | (310) 794-2268
WHEN
May 17, 2019 at 7:30pm - 10:30pm
WHERE
Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center
4305 Degnan Blvd
#101
Los Angeles, CA 90008
United States
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