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Sign up for an exclusive film screening of THE REUNITED STATES.
This powerful 80-minute film will be available on February 9 via video-on-demand platforms. We have secured a free private screening just for you. Capacity is limited. Please register at https://forms.gle/bs7NgyNovR5dkR387.
Once you sign up, on February 8 you will receive the website and password information so you can watch the film at your convenience for free and without commercials anytime from Tuesday February 9 through Friday February 12. Signups on or after Feb. 8 will receive immediate website and password access to the film.
This event is being presented by the USC Center for the Political Future in partnership with: USC Unruh Associates, USC Athletics’ Black Lives Matter Action Team, USC Black Alumni Association, USC Dornsife Office of Diversity, USC Rossier School of Education, USC Price Safe Communities Institute, USC Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs, the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School, Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service, the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics, and the 250+ member organizations of the Listen First Coalition.
Sign up for the film screening at https://forms.gle/bs7NgyNovR5dkR387.
ABOUT THE REUNITED STATES
At a time when America is ripping apart at the seams, The Reunited States is a powerful and urgent documentary that follows the unsung heroes on the difficult journey of bridging our political and racial divides. Susan Bro, who lost her daughter when a car drove through a group of counter-protestors in Charlottesville, and David and Erin Leaverton, a Republican couple who travel to all fifty states in an RV to find out what divides us, are just a few of the people profiled in the film. Each of these bridge-builders have realized that while our divides run deeper than they ever could have imagined, so does the love and hope to bring our country back together. Based on the book of the same name, this 84-minute film urges us to consider that everyone has a role to play in reuniting the country.
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