Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories

Monique Hebert

February 16, 2021 Monique Hebert Season 1 Episode 8
Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories
Monique Hebert
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Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories
Monique Hebert
Feb 16, 2021 Season 1 Episode 8
Monique Hebert

Mentioned:
Monique Hebert
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Northwest African American Museum
Zia Larson's Ray of Light Foundation

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Monique is a writer originally from Ohio and currently living in Seattle, WA. She graduated from Cleveland State University in 2014, and is currently studying Film & Media Studies at Arizona State University. Already quite accomplished, she self published a book about living with an anxiety disorder in 2018, has written for The Mighty, Living Lutheran, Broadway World, and Introvert Dear. Her plays have had staged readings at the Seattle Playwrights Salon, Left Coast Theatre Company, and The Pocket Theatre. Monique is active in her community with a passion for mental health awareness and representation of people of color in theatre. 

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Mentioned:
Monique Hebert
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Northwest African American Museum
Zia Larson's Ray of Light Foundation

Ad:
King County Equity Now

Monique is a writer originally from Ohio and currently living in Seattle, WA. She graduated from Cleveland State University in 2014, and is currently studying Film & Media Studies at Arizona State University. Already quite accomplished, she self published a book about living with an anxiety disorder in 2018, has written for The Mighty, Living Lutheran, Broadway World, and Introvert Dear. Her plays have had staged readings at the Seattle Playwrights Salon, Left Coast Theatre Company, and The Pocket Theatre. Monique is active in her community with a passion for mental health awareness and representation of people of color in theatre.