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TUE 3/3: "Why Hate! Why Hate?" Community Event

3/3/20 - 4:00 PM - Cinema Arts Theater

On Tuesday, March 3, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society introduces a new initiative titled Why Hate! Why Hate?
The event will feature the film "Hate Among Us," a documentary that examines the rise of anti-Semitic hate crimes around the world followed by a post screening discussion.
Depicting unique perspectives on anti-Semitism from young and old alike, from Jew and non-Jew, from within historic Jewish neighborhoods in Europe, to the streets of Charlottesville and Pittsburgh's Tree of Life Synagogue massacre - this narrative connects real stories of current survivors of violent anti-Semitism to those of the holocaust. "Hate Among Us" illustrates how renewed intolerance is taking root in our communities, institutions, and universities, with far reaching consequences around the world. Executive Producers Dean Cain and Montel Williams were moved to bring more awareness to the myriad of issues surround hate crimes, and the hateful and consequential effects on the lives of all people. [2019, US, 92 min, Rated: NR].
This screening will be followed by a moderated audience discussion on the presence of hatred in our communities and what we are doing and can do to bring about positive change and is intended to be an interfaith collaboration to raise awareness about the growing presence of hatred in our lives and how we can reduce it.
Screening time is 4 pm on Tue (Mar 3). General admission is $10. We suggest purchasing tickets online in advance. If seats are still available, tickets can be purchased at the theater starting 30 minutes prior to the screening.
The Cinema Art Theater is located at 17701 Dartmouth Drive (in the Dartmouth Plaza) behind the Lewes Wawa.