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Identity & The Family

I’ve recently been doing searches for audio and video clips to use for my upcoming family identity course this June. Here are a couple of fun You Tube videos I found:

I also found this NPR audio clip with director, Adam Egyoyan, talking about themes of “loss and identity” in his recent film “Adoration.”

It occurred to me that I should have named the course, “Identity & The Family” instead of the incredibly embarrassing name I gave it. At the time, I thought it was so clever, but now…?