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Hate: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

November 10, 2016, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location University Hall - Room 1040
SponsorCollege of Education and Human Services, Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Education Project; Jewish American Studies; Department of Educational Foundations; Department of Political Sciences and Law; Department of Family and Child Studies; and the Counseling Academic & Professional Honor Society International (Chi Sigma Iota) and Hillel: The Jewish Student Union at Montclair State UniversityCostThe event is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required and space is limited.Posted InCollege of Education and Human Services
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Featuring a conversation with filmmaker Nadav Eyal on the Rise of Modern Anti-Semitism.

In commemoration of Kristallnacht (November 9-10, 1938), join Montclair State University faculty and israeli filmmaker Nadav Eyal for a private screening and discussion of the award-winning documentary Hate (2014).

Eyal, an acclaimed Israeli journalist, presents this mesmerizing documentary film concerning the resurfacing of an ancient hatred. In it he tries to understand how the virus of Anti-Semitism survives and continues to infect.

By moving from victims of Anti-Semitism to experts and finally to the bigots themselves, the film generates a credible and frightening document. It explains some areas of Anti-Semitism's resilience, and supplies a variety of dramatic encounters and confrontations with the perpetrators of racism.

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This event is possible thanks to a grant from the Academic Engagement Network.