WATCH & SHARE A FILM TO COMBAT HATE
Divided We Fall is an award-winning documentary film on hate crimes. This fall, the film is being released for free, and people are being invited to attend one of more than 80 scheduled screenings or to sign up to share the film and host a conversation about how to combat hate with love.
In a time of escalating hate and division in America, DIVIDED WE FALL (90 min) tells a story of how to combat hate with love and relentless optimism. We are bringing this message to campuses and communities across the country. Join us! Host a film screening and dialogue in your school or community this fall.
WHAT’S THE GOAL?
100 screenings and dialogues across America between now and Election Day to combat hate with #revolutionarylove.
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
Each year in America, hate violence rises around the anniversary of 9/11, especially during election seasons. But we know that we can preempt hate when we bring communities together in acts of healing, storytelling, and action.
WHAT’S THE FILM?
The award-winning film DIVIDED WE FALL (2008) chronicles the heart-wrenching stories of Sikh and Muslims Americans who have responded to hate and violence with love since 9/11. It provides context to the current escalation of hate and also a source of hope. The Revolutionary Love Project and trailblazing civil rights organization The Sikh Coalition have joined forces to put the film and dialogue tools in your hands for free.
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
It’s simple! Contact the Sikh Coalition to find a screening near you, or use the link below to sign up to host a screening.