Documentary Film hosted by Filmmaker Joseph Applebaum
Thursday, Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m., Hall Auditorium
Stories of Resilience in the Face of Loneliness
An asylum seeker with a newborn child…
a young doctor in New York City…
a 78-year-old aging with HIV…
a government official…a couple working so hard they don’t have time for friends.
What do they have in common? They are part of a life-threatening epidemic affecting 49 million people in the US: feeling lonely most of the time.
Join us for this very special and important presentation hosted by filmmaker Joseph Applebaum, centered around a screening of the documentary followed by audience discussion. Built on hope, it shares the latest research and interventions for individuals and communities and leaves audiences feeling empowered and reconnected.