The Life Sentence, a Documentary on Shaken Baby Syndrome, April 2014

When a parent or care-giver loses his/her temper with a crying infant, they sometimes will shake the baby to try to stop the crying. But even a second of two can cause permanent disability, even death to an infant. This interview with the filmmaker explains the consequences of this abuse. For more information about the organization, Cope24, please visit

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am