The screening will take place
Thursday, October 8
Goodrich C. White Hall, room 207
301 Dowman Dr., Atlanta
The event is free and open to the public, with light refreshments and a reception
To register Click link below, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call:
Vice President of Programs, Betsy Rivard at (404) 261-9696
In Beyond Right & Wrong, victims of three devastating conflicts, the Rwandan Genocide, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Troubles in Northern Ireland struggle to forgive without sacrificing their need for justice. This transformative documentary allows viewers to delve deeply into the familiar battles for reconciliation and recovery, opening their eyes to the multifaceted expression of human resilience and the mission of the UN.
“The stories broke my heart yet gave me enormous hope,” says producer Lekha Singh.
The documentary has won multiple awards: Best Avant-Garde Film in 2013, American Psychological Association; Best Documentary Film, Fingal Film Festival; Runnerup for Best Documentary, LA Jewish Film Festival and garnered worldwide attention since its initial release last year.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon presented the film to the General Assembly before adopting a far-reaching resolution for the peaceful mediation of conflict.
In addition to the screening there will be a special feature on the history of the United Nations over the last 70 years.