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Mens Mental Health Meetup at the Booksoter Gallery

At the Bookstore Gallery, every first and third Tuesday of the month, we gather for something truly special—a space dedicated to nurturing mental health within the Black male community.  These meetups are more than just conversations; they're a cornerstone of support, understanding, and empowerment.

Our mission is clear: to provide a safe and nurturing environment for Black men to openly discuss mental health. Led by influential members of the AUC and Castleberry community, including esteemed professors and passionate students from Clark Atlanta University and Morehouse College, these sessions aim to break the stigma and foster open dialogues on crucial topics.

These meetups aren't just about talking; they're about listening, sharing experiences, and learning from one another. It's a place where vulnerability is embraced, not judged, and where the strength of unity and shared understanding shines through.

In these gatherings, we delve into the complex layers of mental health, addressing critical issues that often go unspoken. From the pressures of society to the nuances of identity and everything in between, each session is a chance to explore and understand.

But it's not just about the discussion; it's about the bonds formed and the community built. It's about finding solace in knowing that you're not alone and that your experiences matter.

Join us in these impactful sessions—whether you're seeking guidance, offering support, or simply want to engage in meaningful conversations. We're here to uplift and empower, one conversation at a time.

The Bookstore Gallery is honored to provide a platform for these vital discussions, uniting minds, and nurturing well-being within the Black male community.

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