Social Justice Film Series
Each year in America, hate violence often occurs around the anniversary of 9/11. As we witness one of the most vitriolic campaign seasons in U.S. history, we know we can preempt hate when we bring communities together in acts of healing, storytelling and action. In the aftermath of Sept. 11th, a college student journeys across America with a camera and captures stories of hate and healing in the Sikh American community. What begins as a solitary journey to document untold stories became an award-winning documentary film that inspired a movement for brave new dialogue about race and religion in America.
Filmmakers: Sharat Raju & Valarie Kaur (2006)
1 hour, 30 minutes