UNM screens film that explores the struggle of stuttering

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An award-winning documentary written by a New Mexican will be screened in Albuquerque. 

“When I Stutter” created by John Gomez highlights the emotional impact stuttering has on a diverse group of people. Stories told by the film’s participants run the gamut of human emotion, some are dark, some funny and others triumphant.

You can watch the seven award winner at Keller Hall on the University of New Mexico’s campus on Feb. 22. 

Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion with people who stutter and speech-language professionals from the Albuquerque-area.

Tickets are free, but donations are being accepted to help support the Albuquerque Chapter of the National Stuttering Association. Seating is limited, click here to order tickets. 

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