Live Again Project Presents: An Evening of Inspiring Stories

7:30 p.m.


The Live Again Project is proud to announce the next event of the “Live Again Presents” series, featuring the wisdom and inspiration of Micheal Eselun: UCLA oncology chaplain, world renown TED speaker, and master storyteller. The event will also feature music inspired by those affected by the cancer experience.

Live Again Presents is proud to present “An Evening of Inspiring Stories.” The Live Again Project is a sponsored non-profit with the aim of connecting and transforming the world through cancer stories. Join us for an evening of love, empowerment, and inspiration with stories from Robert Di Massa, a lymphoma survivor raising money for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles by doing over 1,000,000 pushups in 365 days and Nicholas Arquette, CEO and founder the non-profit Walk With Sally.  The evening will also be graced by the uplifting music of Daniel Broadhurst & Taylor Nohs and keynote talk from Inspirational TED speaker & UCLA Oncology Chaplain, Michael Eselun.


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Michael Eselun, Board Certified Chaplain and a Unitarian Universalist, is the chaplain for the Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. He has worked extensively in oncology, hospice, palliative care and with acute psychiatric patients. He’s been invited many times to speak to students, doctors, nurses, social workers, and faith communities about his work as a chaplain. Michael speaks from deep personal experience while also sharing the experiences of his patients with vulnerability, insight and humor—making connections between seemingly disparate life journeys.