Museum of Tolerance with Alzheimer’s Association, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Brotherhood Crusade and SEIU Local 2015 invite you to an Exclusive Virtual Watch Party for the new film

SKY BLOSSOM: Diaries of the Next Generation
Monday, November 30, 6 PM PST/9 PM EST

An inspiring and hopeful look at today’s teens and twenty-somethings caring for loved ones with disabilities across America.

A raw, uplifting window into 24.5 million children and millennials stepping forward as frontline heroes. Caring for family with tough medical conditions, they stay at home doing things often seen only in hospitals. They are cheerleaders, work part time, and go to college — but also live double lives — quietly growing up as America’s next greatest generation. These are their stories.

A Film by Award-Winning MSNBC News Anchor Richard Lui, in his Directorial Debut and Executive Producers; Montel Williams, David Hyde Pierce, Col. Jack Jacobs, Jean Tsien and Linda Hope

Q & A with filmmaker Richard Lui and special guests 
Moderated by Entertainment Host and Fandango Correspondent, Nikki Novak.

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