Atonement: Stories About Confession, Redemption and Making Amends
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The last date listed for Atonement: Stories About Confession, Redemption and Making Amends was Wednesday August 21, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Author of several nonfiction best-sellers (including Growing Up Free and Getting Over Getting Older), Letty Cottin Pogrebin is also an award-winning journalist, social justice activist and an acclaimed public speaker. Now she sits down with Nadine Epstein, editor and publisher of Moment Magazine, to discuss her newest book: How to Be a Friend to a Friend Who's Sick. A collection of advice and warmhearted wisdom, Pogrebin wrote the book after her own successful battle with breast cancer. Some of the stories tell of the humorous blunders of well-intentioned friends, while others provide surprising (and often simple) insights into how best to provide support for someone when they most need it. Learn More
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