Healing From Hate: Battle for the Soul of a Nation

Healing From Hate: "Races for Peace"

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This October, Races for Peace has a lot to celebrate! This month marks our 5th Anniversary and our founder’s 50th birthday! We are excited to continue promoting peace by partnering with Director Peter Hutchison for a virtual screening of the acclaimed documentary Healing From Hate. Join us October 16-18 and spread the word! For every ticket sold, half will be donated to Races for Peace! 

Healing From Hate examines the root causes of hate group activity through the bold work of those battling intolerance on the front lines, including “Life After Hate”, an organization founded by former Skinheads and neo-Nazis, now engaged in transforming attitudes of intolerance, and groundbreaking sociologist Michael Kimmel (author, Angry White Men, Healing From Hate).


Documenting a stunning year of hatred in America, Healing From Hate follows these reformers in their work to de-radicalize White Nationalists, and heal communities torn apart by racism - a deep dig into what's needed to return meaning, identity and tolerance to a generation of disenfranchised white men.


“ 9 out of 10” - Film Threat


" I was moved somewhere beyond words. HEALING FROM HATE is a great film. It is a required viewing for anyone who truly wants to understand the hatred that is running rampant in America and the world." - Unseen Films


"A hopeful expression of how hate does not need to be the end of the road." - CBS News


"A powerful and risky documentary that looks at racism in America... and how to enact change." - AIPT

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    85 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Rating
    Not Rated
  • Director
    Peter Hutchison
  • Screenwriter
    Peter Hutchison, David Kuhn
  • Producer
    David Kuhn, Peter Hutchison & Lucas Sabean
  • Cinematographer
    Brian Pascale with Rob Featherstone, Rob Finch & Owen Strock
  • Editor
    Lucas Sabean
  • Composer
    Malcolm Francis