Blue text at the top of the image says “Mental Health & Masculinity (Re)Imagined.”
On the left side of the image are 3 graphics, separated by blue and yellow arrows. Graphic 1: A Black femme-presenting person and Black masculine-presenting person are holding a Black baby.
Graphic 2: A Black child and adult are doing a yoga pose.
Graphic 3: A Black family is sitting on a blue couch together.
On the right side of the image are 3 graphics, separated by blue and yellow arrows. Graphic 1: A Black masculine-presenting person sitting with a Black child.
Graphic 2: A Black multi-generational family standing together wearing bright colored outfits.
Graphic 3: A blue and yellow logo that says “Black Masculinity (Re)imagined.”
There are 5 lines of text in the center of the image, separated by yellow and blue squiggly lines.
Line 1: Gender-Neutral Care. All babies are shown empathy, compassion, and care. People are not encouraged to make assumptions on how they should be based on sex assigned at birth.
Line 2: Emotional Literacy Focused Upbringing. Boys, and children of all genders are taught emotional awareness, boundaries, and how to communicate their needs.
Line 3: Healing Centered Coping Strategies. Boys, men and people of all genders practice healthy coping strategies. Self worth is not defined by jobs, objectification or power over others. People with different mental health conditions are embraced and supported.
Line 4: Accountable Communities. Communities of accountability are established to ensure emotionally healthy practices are continued. Mental health stigma is widely considered unacceptable. Relationships are nourished and grow.
Line 5: Thriving Families. Families receive the support to create homes of safety and care. Youth receive holistic nourishment needed to develop into self and emotionally aware people. Cycles of harm and trauma are disrupted. Liberation is actualized.