Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT) is releasing a new documentary called Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus to address the worsening anti-Semitic environment on our country's college campuses.
APT is a Boston-based non-profit organization dedicated to promoting peaceful coexistence in an ethnically diverse America by educating the American public about the need for a moderate political leadership that supports tolerance and core American values in communities across the nation.
Hate Spaces goes beyond the by-now familiar accounts of a hostile school environment to document the dynamics on campus that perpetuate the problem. It illustrates how anti-Semitism is being made fashionable at many American universities through the on-going academic de-legitimization of Israel, the normalization of hatred in the name of social justice, the growth of Muslim students on campus, and massive donations of Arab oil money to universities.
The film includes commentary and analysis from distinguished writers and academics including:
• Alan Dershowitz of Harvard
• William Jacobson of Cornell
• Richard Landes of Boston University
• Bret Stephens of The Wall Street Journal
• the Freedom Center's own Caroline Glick of The Jerusalem Post
Connecticut College Professor Andrew Pessin says this of the film:
“Hate Spaces is an essential and timely film. Campus antisemitism, masquerading as anti-Israelism, is on the rise. Responding to this phenomenon requires a deep and honest analysis of its causes. Hate Spaces does this meticulously, thoroughly, and grippingly. A must-see for all those concerned about the worsening situation on campus.”
Please check out the trailer above.
Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus is now being screened at locations around the country. If interested in bringing the film to your locale, reach out to APT at [email protected].
If you're in the New York area, check out the film's New York City premiere Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 2537 Broadway between W 94th and W 95th Streets. There will be an interactive post-screening panel discussion with:
Dr. Charles Jacobs
President of Americans for
Peace and Tolerance (APT)
Executive Producer and
Director of the film
Private pre-screening reception is at 6:00 pm
Wine and hors d’oeuvres at Bar Thalia. Includes prime orchestra seating, $100
Dietary laws observed.
Screening and panel discussion 7:00 pm
Orchestra seating $25
Balcony seating $15
Register online here or call 212.864.5400