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Dear <<First Name>>,

There's an opportunity now to watch "I'm Not Racist... Am I?" online!

In 2018, Beloved Community Cville organized more than 20 screenings of "I'm Not Racist... Am I?" in Charlottesville and over 4,000 people got to view it. The screenings stimulated a lot of important discussions and had a large ripple effect. Unfortunately, the film's content continues to be just as timely and relevant today as it was then. There's a lot more work to be done.

With that in mind, the film company is now offering the film online together with a virtual Q&A with the filmmakers. If you have friends and family members who weren't able to see the film when it was here before, this is their opportunity!
Here’s how to watch

Go to

1. Download the watch guide for I'm Not Racist... Am I? Click the link to download it to your computer. LINK: I'M NOT RACIST... AM I? WATCH GUIDE

2. "Unlock all 2 films to stream instantly" refer to the documentary and the live stream for the discussion and Q&A.

3. Click #ShowUp NOW to create an account with Eventive and purchase your ticket for $15. Use your previous login credentials, if you already have an account.

4. After you purchase your ticket, the page will take you to the Watch Now screen.

5. You have a twelve-day unlock window to begin watching the film. Once you begin watching, you have two days to complete the film.

6. On Tuesday, June 16th at 8 pm ET, this same page will host the live Q&A. You must be signed in to your account to view the discussion. You can type questions and comments into the chat box.

You can also visit Point Made Learning’s Resource Page for articles, podcasts, web series, etc. for further learning. 
Take care & be well,
Elizabeth Shillue

“Our goal is to create a beloved community and this will require a qualitative change in our souls as well as a quantitative change in our lives.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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About the Film
I'm Not Racist...Am I? is a 90-minute feature documentary about twelve NYC teenagers who spend a year talking about racism (2014). The teens attend five intense workshops and have conversations over the course of the year. The year challenges their relationships with their friends, within their own families, and most of all, within themselves.
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