Inspired by “Decolonizing Mental Health,” a new digital series from WORLD Channel and PBS, a wide-ranging panel of industry experts and advocates will come together to discuss the unique mental healthcare challenges faced by underrepresented communities and those that have been historically marginalized. This virtual event will be moderated by Tina Martin, Host of WORLD Channel's "Local, USA" series and Associate Professor of Journalism at Boston University.
Tuesday, June 15th at 8pm ET: PBS Books presents this Author Talk with Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski discussing the important lessons we can continue to gleam from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
Join GPB and the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) for the first in a series of virtual events over the course of which we will break down Georgia’s opioid crisis and discuss the health disparities that exist, the work happening and resources available here in Georgia.
Enjoy or prepare a five-minute story about finding your groove!
Join us for a series of fun and interactive virtual workshops for young friends this summer, geared toward kids ages 4-8. This series of five workshop will feature friends from MOLLY OF DENALI and DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD and will reinforce literacy and social emotional learning concepts.
Thursday, June 3rd at 8pm ET: PBS Books, in partnership with The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) and the Keiga Foundation, presents this Author Talk with Ishmael Reed about his book The Complete Muhammad Ali.
Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS), Human Resources Administration Division is excited to present the new Team Georgia Careers Website! Watch the live stream on Wednesday, June 2 at 10 AM to get an exclusive look at the new website design and its features before it is released to the public.
A timeless tale of a 17-year old, Holden Layfield, who fights to keep his mental illness a secret at all costs. View the film online and then join us for an interactive panel discussion about mental health disparities in Georgia and access to resources.
PBS stations nationwide are pleased to partner with the National Coordinating Center for the Regional Genetics Network in celebration of Public Health Genetics Week.