• walter library (map)
  • 117 pleasant St SE
  • Minneapolis, MN

Tuesday, November 27th at the University of Minnesota, in concert with a panel of nonprofit leaders from around the Twin Cities, the Kelly Nicole Foundation proudly presents an unforgettable evening of music, film and inspiration. Join us on an artistic exploration of Overcoming Shame featuring music by the late artist, Kelly Nicole and the award-winning documentary on her battle with a trauma-based eating disorder. Inspired by the lyric "It's all my fault, but I'm not to blame," the panel will take audience questions, so we want to hear from you. Bring a friend and join the conversation. Free food, great music and film.

Walter Library 402, November 27th at 5:30pm. Visit Kellynicole.com/rock for more information on the music behind the mission.

Admission will be free. Survivors will be heard.

Panel:
James Schwartz - Program Coordinator
Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life

Helen White - Volunteer Researcher
Minnesota Center for Eating Disorders Research

Amber McLaughlin - President
Students Supporting Students

Megan Kercher - Vice President
Students Supporting Students

Theresa Holl - Executive Director
Kelly Nicole Foundation