A straight-forward, insightful discussion of the cultural effects of ongoing trauma and mental health impacts from the federal government’s relocation program designed in the 1950s to assimilate Indigenous people into white-centric society and eliminate tribal governments and culture. This discussion is held by and for Indigenous people living in the U.S. and will include audience Q&A.
Join us on September 19th for an interview with climber and visual storyteller, Cory Richards—conducted by Kerri Miller on behalf of MPR/Call to Mind! Cory Richards is a National Geographic photography fellow—a designation reserved for only a handful of people described as those whose work “transcends the art of photography, taking them on journeys to the world’s most remote places and often placing them in great danger—in order to tell the stories that need to be told.”
Moderated by Stephanie Curtis, Senior Producer of The Thread - MPR, this panel will feature experts and U of M faculty and students. The event will be streamed online.
Michael Pollan and Dessa discuss his New York Times bestselling book "How to Change Your Mind", focusing on the emerging research on the use of psychedelics and mental health care. Presented by MPR.
LetsTalkMN.com is proud to present a Mental Health Awareness concert featuring Them Coulee Boys and Dead Horses with special guests Three Altos. Call To Mind is a proud sponsor of this concert.