Movie Screening and Conversation: Divided We Fall, 10/3

September 27, 2016

Seattle University's Campus Ministry, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture, Muslim Student Association and the International Student Center present and discuss the award-winning film by Sharat Raju & Valerie Kaur: Divided We Fall. See more information below:

Join one of multiple screening opportunies for the award-winning film: Divided We Fall, followed by an evening panel & conversation. This important movie documents the hate crimes, fear and ultimately the need for revolutionary love in the wake of 9/11. In an election season tinged with fear and continued crimes of hate and racism - we provide an opportunity to look at our past in order to choose our collective response today. Valarie Kaur * was a 20-year-old college student when she set out across America in the aftermath of 9/11 to document hate violence against her community. From the still-shocked streets of Ground Zero to the desert towns of the American west, her epic journey confronts the forces unleashed in a time of national crisis–racism and religion, fear and forgiveness–until she finds the heart of America: halfway around the world.

Divided We Fall
2008 | 90 min | Color | U.S.A.

Monday, October 3  |  Open screenings at 11:00am, 2:00pm, 5:00pm and 8:00pm
Seattle University Campus  | Student Center 160
*Come and go as the 90 min movie plays. Bring your lunch--coffee and tea provided all day!

Main program at 7:00pm in STCN 160 after 5:00pm movie showing

  • Conversational panel with SU faculty and staff
  • Opportunity for attendees to respond to panel and film.
  • Refreshments provided

Soup with Substance

Participate the following day for a special Soup with Substance to talk about our actions and commitment to #revolutionarylove

Tuesday, October 4  |  12:30pm-1:20pm 

Visit the Facebook Event page for updates, more information, and a link to watch the film on your own: