Art for Justice with Norman Rockwell Museum

Cheryl Roberts / Apr 29th, 2021
Through the lens of some of Norman Rockwell's most iconic images, reimagined for the 21st Century by Pops Peterson, panelists will explore how art can elicit an immediate understanding of injustice and help lay the groundwork for conversation, a reckoning and ultimately, social change.

Getting Help Without Getting Hurt

Cheryl Roberts / Apr 14th, 2021
A Greenburger Center panel discussion about mandated treatment and what people with serious mental illness, parents, doctors and policy makers can do to change the system.

NYDN Op Ed on Daniel Prude by Cheryl Roberts

Cheryl Roberts / Sep 15th, 2020
"To be sure, police need more training and accountability, but they also need to not be our first responders to mental health crises. People like Daniel Prude deserve full access to unbiased mental health treatment. We don’t know precisely what type of care he received, but the odds are, he didn’t get what he needed."

In Memory of Mental Health Advocate DJ Jaffe

Cheryl Roberts / Aug 25th, 2020
DJ was unapologetic, unbossed, unfazed, financially unbeholden, and could have cared less about his standing with any politician or group that did not share his singular goal: to secure treatment for people living with serious, untreated mental illness.
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