Join Saharra Dixon, from the Imani Support group, and a panel of BFRB community members for a special BFRB Brave community conversation. Email questions by October 5th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This webinar will be recorded and posted to TLC's YouTube. *Please be on time as webinar entrance closes after 10 minutes.*
Saharra is an artist, certified health educator, and public health researcher with a commitment towards transdisciplinary, community-accountable scholarship and decolonial pedagogies. She is passionate about social justice and health equity. Saharra explores the impact of art, arts participation and cultural engagement on health and health research. She is a Public Health Ph.D. student and Dean's Ph.D. Fellow at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She received her Master of Arts in EducationalTheatre from New York University and Bachelor of Science from the University of Delaware. Having lived with a BFRB since the age of 10, Saharra is also invested in advocating for more equitable and welcoming spaces for all to explore their BFRBs, tell their stories, and seek the appropriate help they may need. She co-founded Imani BFRB, one of the first BFRB support groups specifically for Black young adults. She is super excited to be in community and conversation with you all today!