Healing From Hate

The East Bonner County Library and the Bonner County Human Rights Task Force is proud to present an online screening of the film, Healing from Hate followed by a discussion led by Todd Crossett from the Bonner County Human Rights Task Force. The event will take place on Tuesday, March 23 at 5:30 pm. Please click on this Eventbrite link to register, and we'll send information to you to access the event. The event is free.

Healing From Hate takes a deep dive into the minds of men who gravitate toward white-supremacist hate groups. Focusing on the bold work of the group Life After Hate – an organization founded by former Skinheads and neo-Nazis now engaged in de-radicalizing violent extremists on the front lines – the film makes a powerful case that the men who join these groups are motivated less by ideology than by a desperate need to prove their manhood. Healing From Hate is at once a stunning document of racism and white-male grievance in America, and a powerful portrait of a group of people working together to de-radicalize hate groups and heal communities torn apart by white male insecurity, resentment, and rage.

Please give me a call at 208-265-2665 if you need more information.

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