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Sat June 25, 2022

3rd Annual Music, Mental Health, & Pride Summit 2022

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A Celebration of Music. Community. Mental Health. Wellness. Featuring Special Guest Speakers. DJs. Panels. Musical Performances.

On Saturday June 25th, 2022 we invite you to join When The Music Stops as we present our 3rd Annual Music, Mental Health, & Pride Summit 2022 at the world class SF JAZZ Center in San Francisco.
This will be a day of community, connection, inspiration, and impact. One day only of world-class speakers, discussions, panels, thought leaders, community pillars, and exclusive musical performances. All coming together to celebrate music, community mental health and suicide prevention.
A minimum 200 of our summit tickets will be given away to the community that may not have the resources or means to purchase a ticket. With your help we can give away more community tickets.
Agenda:
10:00 am - Registration
10:50 am - Please Take Your Seats
11:00 am - Welcome: Joshua Donaldson
11:15 am - Tribal Land Acknowledgement Ohlone Sisters
11:30 am - Musical Performance #1. Rhymosaurs, Hip-Hop Kids Books
11:45 pm - Panel Discussion: Building and Supporting Our Bay Area Communities
Moderator: Dr. Stephanie J. Wong, PHD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Panelist:
Dr. Helen H. Hsu, PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Director & Lecturer at Stanford University
Matt Haney, California State Assembly
Theo Ellington, Director Homeless Initiatives & Community Development
TBD
12:20 pm - 30 Min Break
12:55 pm - Musical Performance #2. Estrella, Recording Artist, Singer, Songwriter
1:10 pm - Panel Discussion: Pride Panel
Moderator: Dr. Stephanie J. Wong, PHD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Panelist:
Angie Vee, Los Angeles; DJ, Streamer, Entertainer
CLA, Las Vegas, DJ, Entertainer
KITTENS, Los Angeles, DJ, Producer, Podcaster
Landry Whitted, Bay Area, San Diego,Promoter, Entrepreneur
1:45 pm - Keynote Speaker: Shaun King, Civil Rights Activist, Social Justice, Writer, Speaker
2:20 pm - Musical Performance #3. Upstar Records Showcase, Upstar Records is a project of Sunset Youth Services. Youth get hands-on experience recording, mixing, mastering, releasing, distributing and promoting.
2:40 pm - Panel Discussion: The State of Black Mental Health in 2022
Moderator: Jay Barnett, Author, Speaker, Mental Health Therapist, Life Coach
Panelist:
Justin Little, Speaker, Podcaster, Mental Health Advocate, Board Dir for Lee Thompson Young Foundation
Joycy Lacombe, LMHC, CCTS, Clinical Trauma Specialist
Na'Kole Watson, Author, Suicide Attempt Survivor, Suicide Prevention, Anti-Bullying
Shaun King, Civil Rights Activist, Social Justice, Writer, Speaker
3:35 pm - Keynote Speaker: Kevin Hines, Best Selling Author, Global Public Speaker, Award Winning Documentary Filmmaker
4:10 pm - Musical Performance #4. Surprise Guest Performance
4:30 pm - Panel Discussion: Inspire & Impact
Moderator: Joshua C. Donaldson, Founder When The Music Stops
Panelist:
Francesca Reicherter, Gen Z, Mental Health Advocate, Podcaster
Kevin Hines, Best Selling Author, Global Public Speaker, Award Winning Documentary Filmmaker
Lizzy Jeff, Rap Priestess, Visionary, Queen, CEO
Paul Hemming, CEO, Founder, Zen Compound, Temple Nightclubs, Mirus Galleries
Stella Blue, Artist, Singer, USC Events, Mental Health Advocate
5:05 pm - Main Musical Performance Lizzy Jeff, Rap Priestess, Visionary, Queen, CEO
5:35 pm - End

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Joshua Donaldson is the founder of When The Music Stops Organization. Prior to COVID-19 and the pandemic, so many of us were already struggling with depression, anxiety, burnout, and suicide at epidemic proportions. Now with rampant unemployment, fear, isolation, loneliness, and uncertain futures studies are predicting an additional 28,000 - 75,000 unexpected "deaths of despair" on top of the annual average of 158,000.

The time to act, have these conversations, raise more awareness, and increase mental health education is NOW. By using our extensive network in the music industry, activating their peers, podcasting, social media, throwing events, activating at festivals, making clothing, going into the schools, and speaking their language we will make mental health cool to talk about, address, discuss and identify before suicide sinks in.

We are focused on building a community with a culture of honesty. Where vulnerability and love is the norm. For us, the real "prevention of suicide" is in letting people know they aren't alone and that we understand their feelings and what they are going through.
A Celebration of Music. Community. Mental Health. Wellness. Featuring Special Guest Speakers. DJs. Panels. Musical Performances.

On Saturday June 25th, 2022 we invite you to join When The Music Stops as we present our 3rd Annual Music, Mental Health, & Pride Summit 2022 at the world class SF JAZZ Center in San Francisco.
This will be a day of community, connection, inspiration, and impact. One day only of world-class speakers, discussions, panels, thought leaders, community pillars, and exclusive musical performances. All coming together to celebrate music, community mental health and suicide prevention.
A minimum 200 of our summit tickets will be given away to the community that may not have the resources or means to purchase a ticket. With your help we can give away more community tickets.
Agenda:
10:00 am - Registration
10:50 am - Please Take Your Seats
11:00 am - Welcome: Joshua Donaldson
11:15 am - Tribal Land Acknowledgement Ohlone Sisters
11:30 am - Musical Performance #1. Rhymosaurs, Hip-Hop Kids Books
11:45 pm - Panel Discussion: Building and Supporting Our Bay Area Communities
Moderator: Dr. Stephanie J. Wong, PHD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Panelist:
Dr. Helen H. Hsu, PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Director & Lecturer at Stanford University
Matt Haney, California State Assembly
Theo Ellington, Director Homeless Initiatives & Community Development
TBD
12:20 pm - 30 Min Break
12:55 pm - Musical Performance #2. Estrella, Recording Artist, Singer, Songwriter
1:10 pm - Panel Discussion: Pride Panel
Moderator: Dr. Stephanie J. Wong, PHD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Panelist:
Angie Vee, Los Angeles; DJ, Streamer, Entertainer
CLA, Las Vegas, DJ, Entertainer
KITTENS, Los Angeles, DJ, Producer, Podcaster
Landry Whitted, Bay Area, San Diego,Promoter, Entrepreneur
1:45 pm - Keynote Speaker: Shaun King, Civil Rights Activist, Social Justice, Writer, Speaker
2:20 pm - Musical Performance #3. Upstar Records Showcase, Upstar Records is a project of Sunset Youth Services. Youth get hands-on experience recording, mixing, mastering, releasing, distributing and promoting.
2:40 pm - Panel Discussion: The State of Black Mental Health in 2022
Moderator: Jay Barnett, Author, Speaker, Mental Health Therapist, Life Coach
Panelist:
Justin Little, Speaker, Podcaster, Mental Health Advocate, Board Dir for Lee Thompson Young Foundation
Joycy Lacombe, LMHC, CCTS, Clinical Trauma Specialist
Na'Kole Watson, Author, Suicide Attempt Survivor, Suicide Prevention, Anti-Bullying
Shaun King, Civil Rights Activist, Social Justice, Writer, Speaker
3:35 pm - Keynote Speaker: Kevin Hines, Best Selling Author, Global Public Speaker, Award Winning Documentary Filmmaker
4:10 pm - Musical Performance #4. Surprise Guest Performance
4:30 pm - Panel Discussion: Inspire & Impact
Moderator: Joshua C. Donaldson, Founder When The Music Stops
Panelist:
Francesca Reicherter, Gen Z, Mental Health Advocate, Podcaster
Kevin Hines, Best Selling Author, Global Public Speaker, Award Winning Documentary Filmmaker
Lizzy Jeff, Rap Priestess, Visionary, Queen, CEO
Paul Hemming, CEO, Founder, Zen Compound, Temple Nightclubs, Mirus Galleries
Stella Blue, Artist, Singer, USC Events, Mental Health Advocate
5:05 pm - Main Musical Performance Lizzy Jeff, Rap Priestess, Visionary, Queen, CEO
5:35 pm - End

~~~~~~~~

Joshua Donaldson is the founder of When The Music Stops Organization. Prior to COVID-19 and the pandemic, so many of us were already struggling with depression, anxiety, burnout, and suicide at epidemic proportions. Now with rampant unemployment, fear, isolation, loneliness, and uncertain futures studies are predicting an additional 28,000 - 75,000 unexpected "deaths of despair" on top of the annual average of 158,000.

The time to act, have these conversations, raise more awareness, and increase mental health education is NOW. By using our extensive network in the music industry, activating their peers, podcasting, social media, throwing events, activating at festivals, making clothing, going into the schools, and speaking their language we will make mental health cool to talk about, address, discuss and identify before suicide sinks in.

We are focused on building a community with a culture of honesty. Where vulnerability and love is the norm. For us, the real "prevention of suicide" is in letting people know they aren't alone and that we understand their feelings and what they are going through.
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