This documentary follows the story of three young people dedicated to changing public health during international crises. The screening will be held in memory of Paul Farmer, who was scheduled to receive the Inamori Ethics Prize in 2022 before his death.
The screening will be held Monday, April 24, from 6 to 9 p.m. in Thwing Center, Ballroom.
The event also will feature a raffle. Prizes for students will include:
A ticket to see Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Pittsburgh;
An Apple Watch; and
A weighted blanket.
Faculty and staff can win prizes such as a weighted blanket and AirPods.
In order to be eligible to receive a raffle prize, attendees must be a current Case Western Reserve student or faculty or staff member, register for the event through CampusGroups, be at the event and checked in through CampusGroups no later than 7 p.m., attend the duration of the event, and personally collect their raffle prize during the drawing. Staff members currently enrolled as students also are eligible for the student raffle.