|As the Sikh community in Oak Creek, Wisconsin prepares for Sunday prayers, a deadly hate attack shatters their lives, but not their resilience. After six worshippers are killed by a white supremacist, the local community finds inspiration in the Sikh tradition of forgiveness and faith.
Explore how this community found healing and solidarity, showing us all what is possible when people join forces to face the danger of hate and intolerance, and commit to making their town safe for everyone.
A discussion will follow the screening.
This event kicks off "Bay Area United Against Hate Week."
Free and open to the public | Donations welcome
The Second Saturday Documentary Series is sponsored by Niles Discovery Church and the San Josť Peace and Justice Center This screening is co-sponsored by Compassionate Fremont, the Tri-City Interfaith Council, and the Fremont Human Relations Commission.
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