News Artists Talk About Suicide Prevention metallica-halsey-join-suicide-prevention-campaign NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO May 17, 2017 – 4:21 am Rapper Logic on mental health Facebook Twitter Email In conjunction with World Suicide Prevention Day on Sept. 10, Entercom will aira special two-hour show that touches on the personal stories of mental health from artists and other celebrities while also supporting listeners with resources and help through a live call-in portion of the broadcast.Topics covered will include suicide prevention, talking to loved ones about suicide, what to do if a loved one is struggling with their mental health, community resources you can get involved in to prevent suicide, and where you can learn more about the cause.Those scheduled to appear during the show include GRAMMY winners Metallica and Jack Antonoff, GRAMMY nominees Halsey, Disturbed, Alice In Chains, producer Bob Ezrin, and Khalid and Logic. BJ Shea, Entercom Seattle KISW-FM host, will lead the conversations, and mental health professionals will also join the program.”Since the loss of my oldest son to suicide, mental health and mental illness issues have been very close to my heart,” said Ezrin. “We need to speak openly and honestly about these issues so that it becomes natural for people who are suffering to reach out for help.”Catch the full broadcast to support mental health across all Entercom platforms on Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT.Dave Grohl On Chester Bennington, Chris Cornell And Mental Health Artists join “I’m Listening” campaign to raise awareness about suicide prevention Renée FabianGRAMMYs Sep 6, 2017 – 10:55 am One of the most powerful ways to combat suicide is to talk about it. Thanks to the “I’m Listening” campaign from Entercom, we’re going to have a chance to do just that. Metallica, Halsey Join Suicide Prevention Campaign
Tags Share your voice 17 Photos NASA Opportunity rover witnessed the wild side of Mars Enlarge Image”Oppy” got in on the selfie trend in early 2018 with this self-portrait celebrating its 5,000th day on Mars. NASA/JPL-Caltech A piece of NASA’s heart sits silent on Mars. The space agency called an end to the Opportunity rover’s epic Mars mission this week after months of failed attempts to revive the machine after a massive dust storm in mid-2018 blotted out its solar panels and destroyed its ability to communicate with Earth. Emotional tributes poured out from scientists and space fans alike. Uzbekistani artist Rostislav Shekhovtsov was so moved by the rover’s finale, he created a digital painting to honor Oppy. It’s a tearjerker. It shows two astronauts in the future finding the dust-covered rover on Mars. Artist Rostislav Shekhovtsov created this digital painting in Photoshop. Rostislav Shekhovtsov Shekhovtsov posted the image to Instagram, captioning it with “It’s time to go home, Oppy.” The artist says he created the work in Photoshop over the course of five to seven hours.What makes the art piece all the more touching is how one of the astronauts reaches out to Opportunity’s head-like camera array, an acknowledgement of how many of us have come to treat the rover like a person who should be mourned. Sci-Tech “Oppy is alive for me,” Shekhovtsov tells me. He’s convinced humans will one day fly to Mars and recover the rover. Opportunity outlasted its original three-month mission in 2004 and delivered over 14 years of scientific discoveries and stunning Mars images.NASA’s longest-lived Red Planet rover couldn’t have earned a more loving tribute than Shekhovtsov’s hopeful and heartbreaking vision of the future. Goodbye, Oppy Mars rovers NASA Space 5 NASA’s history-making Mars rover Opportunity declared dead NASA Mars rover Opportunity earns heartbreaking eulogies: ‘I’m crying’ Comments
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: http://amber.streamguys.com.4020/live.m3u From 5-7 P.MSean Yoes reports live from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Plus, a report on Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s decision to drop all charges against the remaining officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.These stories and much more on AFRO’s First Edition with Sean Yoes.