This Filmmaker Is Redefining the Way Young Girls Think About Mental Illness
"Stay consistent and trust your vision." - Elyse Fox In 2017, cool girl Elyse Fox took a very public stand on mental illness in the social community. After struggling with depression herself, she launched Sad Girls Club, an IRL judgment-free zone where girls could go to connect, get help, and ultimately not feel so alone. Save this to learn more about Elyse's story and how she’s finding personal inspiration while making a difference in the lives of others. #blackhistorymonth
How to Build an Awesome Community around Your Business
n each city, we have a devoted local community that visit our portals regularly to find out about their local events. We generate millions of page views on our portals and through our partner sites and social media channels in the process.
Fun idea for when studenst begin learning about rural, urban and suburban areas: the students sort clues written on notecards into rural suburban or urban, tape, laminate, then hang in the class as a reference.
SOCIAL STUDIES: A great idea for teaching kids about the important place they play in their community. This helps to build a sense of identity and purpose. I would tweak it a little though so it doesn't look like they are the center of the universe
Artist Toby Allen visualizes what illnesses like anxiety, depression and paranoia would look like if they were monsters. He creates a chilling picture of the illnesses that no one can see, but that many confront in their daily life.
Art for Advocacy: 13 Posters for Sustainable Social Change
Global Warming temperatures result in rising sea levels with potentially catastrophic consequences for low-lying shore communities. Courtesy of Professor Elizabeth Resnick, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston.