Psychiatrist and Human Rights Activist Dr. Robert Okin Wants All Americans to
See the Faces and Listen to the Stories of Our Society’s Most Overlooked Outcasts:
The Mentally Ill and Homeless http://www.robertokinmd.com
From L.A. to Philly to Miami, they’re out there—pushing their carts, digging through garbage, sleeping on park benches, sometimes ranting about nonsense to no one. They often look and sound crazy, smell bad, and make us uneasy, so we avoid them. We know better intellectually, yet most of us shun people suffering from homelessness and mental illness because we view them as deeply flawed—somehow less human than the rest of us.
As part of his career devoted to the mentally disabled, Dr. Robert Okin decided to use a powerful artistic medium to … [Continue reading...]
And worthy of Broadcast Coverage???
A wedding hopefully should be a once only occasion and can be expressed in so many ways with many different budgets.
We thought to introduce you to an impromptu wedding with a very limited budget. This story is a Romantic Comedy ready for Prime Time presented on June 21st. You are all invited.......Here are some of the unique interesting attributes;
* The Wedding Ceremony on June 21st @ 10:00 AM will be performed in one of the oldest Chapels in Philadelphia.
* The Bride & Groom will not enter to “Here comes the Bride” but will dance down the Bridal Path in Fairmount Park at Valley Green in jeans to the Doo Wop favorite “Today I meet the boy I’m going to marry” by Darlene Love
* The Wedding will bridge many generations embracing Ageless … [Continue reading...]