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THE NEW YORKER,
MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE,
FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES, TEMPLE ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD,
NEW GROUND: A MUSLIM-JEWISH PARTNERSHIP FOR CHANGE and WILSHIRE BOULEVARD TEMPLE invite you to a special screening of:
STRANGER AT THE GATE
Hosted by award-winning filmmakers
Doug Pray and Roberta Grossman
"From fear and hate to love... A remarkable story of redemption" - Deadline
Wednesday, December 7, 2022 at 7:00pm
A U.S. Marine returns home to Indiana with an all-consuming rage and plots to bomb a local mosque. But when he comes face to face with the community he seeks to kill – Afghan refugees and others of Muslim faith – this story takes an unexpected turn.
Q&A with Director, Joshua Seftel, Film Subjects Mac McKinney and Bibi Bahrami, and Simon Wiesenthal Center Director of Research, Rick Eaton. Moderated by Museum of Tolerance Director Liebe Geft and Executive Director of NewGround: A Muslim Jewish Partnership for Change Aziza Hasan.
A reception and talking circles will follow.
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