This January and February the Lander Library presents a new documentary series called Our Human Family. What are the common elements of being human? Every person lives, dreams, thinks, hopes, struggles, grows, and dies. Appreciation, sympathy, and respect for each are possible despite differences in culture, philosophy, and personal choices.

This event is free and open to the public.

February 20, 6:30 pm: Stay Human

About the documentary:
During these turbulent times, the feeling of hopelessness is an epidemic. In a quest to find a path to STAY HUMAN and hold on to humanity in the craziness of the world we live in today, Michael Franti takes us on an experiential journey through his songs and stories of people who have chosen to overcome cynicism with optimism and hope. He hopes to inspire people to become change-makers by utilizing creativity, tenacity, and heart to face our daily challenges as individuals, and together as citizens of our planet to STAY HUMAN.

Please join us for the last in this documentary series!

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