The 90-minute, award-winning documentary, The Anatomy of Hate: A Dialogue to Hope, will screen today, from 5 to 8pm at the Nat Taylor Cinema, 102N Ross Building, Keele campus.
The event is part of the Campus Dialogue on Hate: Hear it for Yourself. Say it for Yourself event hosted by York’s Standing Committee on Campus Dialogue and the Centre for Human Rights.
Following the screening, a panel of York speakers – political science Professor Jacqueline Krikorian, psychology Professor Richard Lalonde and humanities Professor Sara Horowitz – will discuss the main themes of the film and facilitate dialogue with audience members about the film and how it connects with their own perspectives.
The Anatomy of Hate by filmmaker Michael Ramsdell of Under the Hood Productions is about the shared narratives of individual and collective expressions of hate and how humans can overcome them.
For more information, visit the Campus Dialogue on Hate website.