“Light in the Shadows” is a film featuring ten women from various ethnic backgrounds, having a sincere and open conversation about the racial inequities they face on a daily basis. By remaining willing to share their experiences, despite the fact that the conversation can, at times, be uncomfortable, these women provide insight into the value of these discussions and start to pave the way to racial healing.
“Light in the Shadows” promotes the viewer to generate a deep reflection of their surroundings, their interactions and the effect their actions have on others.
This video is accompanied by a guide to help moderate conversations for film viewers.
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World Trust Workshops and Events leverage the power of film, dialogue and education to create a bridge between whites and people of color in order to work towards healing and an equitable future.
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