Good Medicine Project


Healing Through Storytelling 

Project Report

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The Good  Medicine Project

The province-wide lockdown in Ontario, signaled People of Color (Black and Brown collaborators) across the Greater Toronto Area to focus on healing. Despite navigating the pandemic, working together in service, with support from small businesses an important project came to life.


Uplifting individuals by promoting messages of hope and personal empowerment is what the Good Medicine Project is all about, and it has a good report of its successful Project Series during the Global Pandemic of 2020 thanks to the Emergency Community Support Fund from the Canadian Government, distributed by Community Foundations of Canada, through the Durham Community Foundation.

Featured Projects

Friend

The heroine throws shade at a trifling turncoat B-Boy who is audaciously pedestrian toward his "ride or die". Word from the 6ix is that the couple are “just” friends. ŻÖË, emboldened as a (We The North) Raptors superfan, sings—“I don’t need no friend.” 


From early samples, the single (rounding out The Dreams in the Light Album) beguiles and converts critics and followers. ŻÖË is cold on the mic, in articulating her mind, sans capitulation with a smooth hook and steady neo-soul groove, which will prove a staple contemporary R&B break up anthem.

Better Days

In line with the  objective to address self-care as one's first duty: physical, emotional and spiritual needs are hereby prioritized, and a protest song of one of the participants became the anthem of the disenfranchised to voice their outrage at racial injustice in society.


Marginalized, and racialized people, black people, and people of colour across minority communities in Durham Region and beyond, are disproportionately, negatively impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic in society. Meaningful, healthy self-expression, that is positively channelled throughout lockdown, in artistic projects like Better Days presents an opportunity for individuals to benefit and receive healing while advancing a culture of faith.

 Creative Storytelling

A Report

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Creative Storytelling Video Project Showcase

Write Your Story: Module 1​

Make Your Story Your Song: Module 2 

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The Good Medicine Project in association with The Dyonne Lewis Show of VisionTV, would like to invite you to communicate with us and add your voice to share therapeutic and healing narratives which inspire people to lead courageous lives. 


Get in touch to learn more about upcoming  Good Medine Project-Series Modules. 

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2857 Lawrence Ave. East 

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