NCDHR send email about a Movie night with a Deaf Breast Cancer Survivor. And, they gave me permission to send out to the community. I thought this would be a good awareness for everyone.
The flyer can be downloaded at: http://phplist.cdrnys.org//dl.php?id=13
NCDHR and RSD are proudly showing a free ASL Movie Night, “Signing On: The Story of Deaf Breast Cancer Survivors, their Families and the Deaf Community” this coming March 6, from 6 pm to 9 pm. The film is a documentary based on actual experiences of Deaf and hearing people from the Twin Cities area (Minneapolis-St. Paul) in Minnesota. This film has won an award from the Twin Cities Film Fest 2011 as “Best Documentary.” This ASL movie is also captioned with spoken English voice-over. There will be a brief discussion after the film to answer any questions from the audience. It will be shown in the auditorium of Westervelt Hall at Rochester School for the Deaf. Click here to locate free parking at Gates “A” and “C” at RSD.
Everyone is welcome!
Feel free to stop by at NCDHR table displays at the Movie Night to learn more about Deaf Health research projects that focus on improving the health of the Deaf Community.
For more information or if you have questions, contact Matthew Starr at ma***********@ur**.edu or call 585-286-2721 VP.
Hope to see you all on March 6!
Matthew J. Starr, MPH
Senior Instructor, Department of Community & Preventive Medicine
Communications & Administrative Core Manager and Community Liaison
National Center for Deaf Health Research (NCDHR)
University of Rochester Medical Center
Saunders Research Building, Box 708
265 Crittenden Blvd
Rochester, NY 14642
Phone: 585-286-2721 (through video relay service)
hank you for considering the environment before printing this email!