Upcoming Events

No More Martyrs offers a number of events throughout the year.  For more information about our upcoming events as well as our signature events, visit below:

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Black Women And Suicide

Suicide is listed as one of the top causes of death in Black communities. Black women are more likely to attempt suicide than Black men. Suicide is still a topic that is not often discussed. No More Martyrs wants to change that.

Join us for an important discussion about Suicide and Black Women. 

This evening will also mark the official launch of a suicide awareness initiative made possible through a partnership with No More Martyrs and the Black Women's Health Imperative. 

Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018             Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm         Admission: $10.00 (Click button below for tickets)

Location: Busboys and Poets - Tacoma Park (235 Carroll Street Northwest Washington, DC)

Special Guests Include:

Dr. Nadia Richardson (No More Martyrs)                      Ms. Linda Blount (Black Women's Health Imperative)

Ms. Lanada Williams, LPC (No More Martyrs)             Ms. Jessica Gaddy, LGSW (Nia Noire)

Ms. Deran Young, LCSW (Black Therapists Rock)        Ms. T-Kea Blackman (Fireflies Unite)

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Sister Support Meetups

No More Martyrs hosts monthly meetups that offer support and information.  Come out for encouragement from women sharing their stories over dinner in a welcoming and social environment.  Learn recovery strategies for living successfully with mental health concerns and get connected to valuable resources.  Sister Support Meetups are currently available in Blackwood, New Jersey and Birmingham, Alabama.  

Join a Sister Support Meetup near you. 

Minority Mental Health Awareness Summit

No More Martyrs, in partnership with the Office of Mayor William Bell hosts an annualMinority Mental Health Awareness Summit each July in recognition of Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. African-American, Latino, Asian, LGBT and Native American speakers attend each year to share their perspectives on the importance of culturally responsive mental health care. Speakers feature advocates, educators, licensed mental health professionals and individuals living with mental health concerns.

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Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial help and support to someone who may be developing and mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a crisis.   No More Martyrs is excited to offer Mental Health First Aid training.  Attend one of our upcoming trainings or contact us to schedule a training near you.


Informational Webinars

No More Martyrs hosts free informational webinars on topics related to race, gender and mental health.  National and international participants shared their appreciation for the opportunity to speak to both licensed professionals and other women sharing their own experiences living with mental health concerns.  Join us for one of our upcoming webinars.