At times, it can be hard to relate with someone or something. But a missed connection doesn’t necessarily mean loss, it could be a chance for redemption. James Griffin tries to connect with his brother, who was killed in the Vietnam War; Mustapha Abdulai’s journey from Ghana to the United States is full of starts, stops and long-distance connections; and after her mastectomy, Musu-kulla Massaquoi tries to reconnect to the dating world. Three storytellers, three interpretations of MISSED CONNECTIONS, hosted by Wes Hazard.
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