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Millie Bobby Brown Before Eleven. Everything I've watched so far. Share this Rating Title: Americans in the Aftermath 8. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Edit Storyline When a turbaned Sikh man is brutally murdered in the aftermath of September 11, , a college student journeys across America to discover who counts as "one of us" in a world divided into "us" and "them.
In September , thousands of people in more than 80 cities across the U. The discussion continues today, here. Contact us to arrange a screening in your community. Divided We Fall Dialogue. Monday, October 13, St. We had an interesting dialogue that provoked both thoughts by our group and additional questions as well. There were a wide variety of responses, and it was great to hear about some of the social justice work that is being done by a variety of people.
There were individuals working with the homeless, on Indian Reservations, and in African countries. That was definitely one of the components that I took away from the film, and others said that they did as well. The educational component of learning about a different religion and culture was very mind-opening. For Tarunjit Butalia, the sound of silence is deafening. Butalia, a research scientist in the College of Engineering, was doing what many Ohio State faculty and staff were doing last fall: He, his wife and three young children were enjoying the interactive exhibits when he was singled out for hurtful treatment by another COSI visitor.
They saw a middle-aged, bearded man wearing a turban and the young man who had taunted him. No one said a word. A few shook their heads in disbelief or embarrassment and went back to their tour. The young man moved on with his friends, and Butalia — wearing the turban of his Sikh faith — reported the incident to museum security.
If anyone noticed, no one spoke up. He reasoned that although the incident did not occur on campus, it did occur at a campus-sponsored event. To monitor bias-related incidents within the Ohio State community; to provide assistance to victims and witnesses; and to serve as a general resource for those who wish to examine issues of bias and discrimination both on and off campus.
But a university like Ohio State is a place to start that discussion. Afterward, attendees participated in a purposeful dialogue about racism, religion and healing. It is a building up, an effort to change. The beauty of the BART process is that it brings closure to individuals who have been subjected to hurtful language. Tuesday, September 23, Los Angeles, California. Nitasha Sawhney speaks in the panel after the screening. Both Sawhney and Arulanantham stressed the importance of reporting hate crimes to authorities and community organizations that can address the issue.
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Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath is the first feature-length independent documentary film about hate crimes since September 11, It offers vital context to today’s resurgence of hate and violence and inspires ways to respond with #RevolutionaryLove. Divided We Fall follows Kaur and her cousin, Sonny, across the United States as they investigate violence against Sikhs in the aftermath of September 11, (here's the extensive companion website, including a number a teaching points). Combining original, amateur footage, with media coverage, and later interviews and narration, the documentary raises a number of questions pertinent to studies of .
WVU Parkersburg to host state premiere of "Divided We Fall" West Virginia University at Parkersburg will host the state's premiere screening of the award-winning documentary film, "Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath," as part of a two-day dialogue program with filmmaker Valarie Kaur on March Valarie Kaur was a year-old college student when she set out across America in the aftermath of 9/11, camera in hand, to document hate violence against her community.