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Share Your Empathy: Table of Contents

On the fifth anniversary of Roger's passing, we're celebrating the act of empathy. Throughout the week we'll be sharing stories of those who met Roger over the years, along with other special blog posts. 

In Tribute to the Late, Beloved Roger Ebert, A 'Day for Empathy' Established in Chicago

Video: Chaz Ebert on "Day4Empathy"

Your Roger Stories: The Critics 

Your Roger Stories: The Meetings

Your Roger Stories: The Fans

Among the Stars: Roger's Writing about "2001: A Space Odyssey"

We Have Been Them: Roger Ebert's Reviews About Empathy

"Another Year

"Au Hasard Balthasar"

"Awakenings

"In the Mood for Love

"Lost in Translation"

"Paris, Texas

"Planes, Trains and Automobiles"

"A Separation

"Shadowlands"

"The Shawshank Redemption"

"Sounder"

"The Spectacular Now

"Up

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