Trigger Film Screening At Weitzman National Museum Of American Jewish History
Sponsored by the Philadelphia Academy of School leaders, this screening will take place at the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History.
Join us for a one-of-a-kind Philadelphia film event.
Following in the footsteps of internationally recognized We Breathe, We Live: Brotherly Love Protest Stories, the new film TRIGGER is both a call to understanding and a call to action about the roles each of us has to play in combatting the gun violence epidemic in Philadelphia and beyond. Featuring storytellers from Philadelphia sharing their lived experiences with gun violence and their shared search for hope with a vengeance.
A father who lost his son, a trauma nurse at a city hospital, a high school principal, community activists, doctors, scholars, shooters, victims, and their families all share their stories revealing layers of hurt that extend beyond the individual, family, and first responders to entire communities in need of healing. And yet they each search for hope with a vengeance. These storytellers are committed to using their horrific experiences to help others. For some, resilience and hope are key elements of survival. TRIGGER is both a call to understanding and a call to action. Each of us has a role to play in combatting this gun violence epidemic.
Post-Screening Talkback Moderated by: Chad Dion Lassiter, MSW
Doors 6:00 pm Film Starts at 6:30 pm.