The Films of EPIPHANY Inc.: A Vital Role in Public Health

The end of Black History Month 2015 marks an incredible milestone in our 15-year existence as EPIPHANY inc.  We were busier than ever speaking at college campuses, hosting Twitter chats and completing post production on Little Brother:  Manchild in the Promised Land (Chapter 5, filmed in Tucson, AZ). We feel truly blessed.  Most welcome this month was our invitation from the Mayo Clinic's Office of Diversity and Inclusion to present the films of Little Brother and a panel of experts to speak on the public health impact of positive images and encouragement on young men of color. So many specific paths to success on this topic were discussed by a terrific panel of four extremely involved men from the Rochester, MN community. Our program, "A Century of Black Life, History and Culture," was envisioned by my family friend, Dr. Joy Balls-Berry, who I am so very proud of and thrilled that her colleagues at Mayo Clinic get a chance to see her brilliance as well. She is passionate about research and an advocate who champions science. Please click here and on the photos below to see our local news coverage as well! Thank you, Everyone, who celebrated Black History Month this year. Let's make this a year-round conversation that will change a generation.

 Photo by Dr. Joy Balls-Berry.

Photo by Dr. Joy Balls-Berry.