The purpose of the LIVE UNITED Film Series is to
to inspire, inform & educate Central Texans about critical social issues with the goal of making positive community change through creative dialogue and action. For tomorrow’s screening of Critical Condition: Hector’s story, we’re bringing together a panel of Latino health experts to discuss how living without health insurance can have a spiraling effect on people’s lives. Hector’s Story is one that Latinos know very well. Health issues impact the Latino community in so many ways. Our panel of health experts will help us understand what we have to do as a community to combat this issue, not only for Latinos but for all Americans.
LIVE UNITED Film Series
Critical Condition: Hector’s Story
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Alamo Drafthouse South (1120 S. Lamar)
Thank you to our panel of experts….
Dr. Jacqueline Angel, moderator Professor of Public Affairs and Sociology LBJ School of Public Affairs – University of Texas Author, research and expertise in family, health, aging and Latinos