The Black Women’s Health Imperative in partnership with the All of US Research Program and the Network of the National Library of Medicine invites you to a film screening and live Sister Chat about the Award-Winning film, LIFE INTERRUPTED, a film of great intimacy, featuring empowering stories of breast cancer survivors told through unflinching graphic imagery from the survivor’s perspective. These women are confronting a life-altering diagnosis and respond to their disease process and the rebuilding of their lives with honesty, dignity, humor, and grace.
Each woman sheds light on the emotional and physical roadblocks they overcame and what we can learn today from their persistence.
LIFE INTERRUPTED is distinguished for its diversity and inclusiveness, representing survivors of widely diverging ages from 27 to 68; ethnicities including, African American, Native American, and Jewish American with a wide range of socio-economic and geographic backgrounds.
Beginning March 3
Registration and Film screening https://nnlm.gov/LiBWHI
March 9 at 4 PM EST
Live Sister Chat with the filmmaker, survivors, and breast cancer experts