Tue 30 Oct 6:30pm
The Colour Of Madness is the first book of its kind to record mental health experiences by the BAME community and be edited & curated by a BAME editorial team.
Waterstones Birmingham will be hosting an event in store to with two of the contributors to the new anthology, The Colour of Madness. With a forward by the therapist, activist and feminist, Guilaine Kinouani and, contributions from mental health sufferers, mental health workers, and psychiatrists the anthology is a powerful indictment of our failure to address the disparity between BAME mental health care and that of the white community.
24-26 High Street, Birmingham B4 7SL
Tickets online only £3