The enthusiastic response to our film,

"In Our Right Mind," has been immensely gratifying— affirming the power of narrative and the hunger in our communities for information around health and health disparities. 


The current pandemic has brought home a sense of urgency on these issues. Going forward, our mission is to use the power of narrative and this film to inform, engage and create policy to bring about change.




In Our Right Mind...

Save the DateJuly 10th

Virtual Screening of our film In "Our Right Mind" at Washington University
of St. Louis.

Us Against Alzheimers: 

June 22, 2021

Summit Unlocking the Promise of Brain Health 

I will be moderating a Panel Discussion on policy solutions to make the promise of brain health a reality for all communities. 

Join us at this virtual event:

Virtual Caregiver Support Group for Black Males

African-American Men’s Group – Brother to Brother

A support group for African-American men who are caring for their loved ones. The group meets twice a month (2nd & 4th Thursdays).  

June 10 and June 24 - 6:30- 7:30 pm

Open to all men, via  Zoom

If interested:  Contact Jim Kelly at (562) 712-3254 or

Dementia Friends of Pennsylvania

Become a Dementia Friends Ambassador. 

Attend (virtually) a short information session on what dementia is and
how it affects the community.


After attending the information session - you become a Dementia Friends ambassador and are prepared to be a resource for individuals in your community.


If you're interested in joining or learning more about Dementia Friends, reach out to Anneliese Perry, MS, Statewide Co-coordinator, Dementia Friends PennsylvaniaE:   T:  412-586-6717

Please visit: for more information on

resources and help for older Pennsylvanians.