Movie night can build unexpected friendships and
real conversations about things that matter.
Building bridges across divisions doesn’t have to be boring — it can be as simple as hanging out with people you think you disagree with and watching a movie together. Try it one-on-one or with a small group. (We’ve hosted movie conversations with 100+ people.) Start with two people who like each other but disagree on politics. Together you pick the movie and do a pre-event test run on a conversation. Go OK? Then it’s time to add the audience. You and your friend lead the conversation.
The rules when you talk race? Pick yours out from some of these:
Stay tuned for discussion guides on a few of our faves.