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Speaking Grief

When: Wed., Nov. 4, 6 p.m. 2020
Price: Free
In partnership with Hospice of Humboldt, KEET-TV presents two screenings of the documentary “Speaking Grief,” which explores the transformative experience of losing a loved one in a society that avoids the expression of loss. The documentary features seven grieving families from across the country who have experienced losses ranging from suicide to stillbirth. Through candid personal stories and conversations with experts in the grief field, the film also presents ideas for how family and friends can better support each other through loss. On Thursday, November 4 at 6 p.m. there will be an ONLINE screening followed by a panel discussion. Dr. Jamie Jensen, the Director of The Full Life Institute at Humboldt State University, will lead a conversation with Pat Bashom from Hospice of Humboldt, Autumn Spears from Evolve Youth Services, Dr. Virgil Moorehead, Jr. from Two Feathers Native American Family Service, Pablo R. King Ortiz with New York Life and Dr. Gina Belton, Palliative Psychologist. You can sign up at OVEE.itvs.org.

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