A free workshop this weekend will focus on suicide risk and prevention among BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) community members.
Racial trauma passes down through generations and takes form in people’s minds and bodies, Lawrence therapist Nicole Rials says.
Rita Rials’ goal as a playwright is to inspire audience members without telling them what to think. She’ll have that opportunity Saturday on the Lied Center stage with “April 4, 1968: Dare to Dream,” a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Playwright Rita Rials believes love can break the chains of bondage, and she’s taking that message to the stage at the Lied Center in a community celebration of Juneteenth.
Nicole Rials is excited to build on the mental health work she’s done in this community for 20 years — and she’s excited to host the Black Resilience Summit online next week.
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