After watching this documentary, I am more than moved to tears. I am moved to continue to affect change where I live. I find it extremely easy for people to complain. Especially when they have no intentions on helping to change that in which they feel is "wrong". But, it is much harder and therefore much more courageous, to find a way to help make a change in whatever your "peeves" are. That is exactly what this documentary tries to do. It is filmed in a way that makes you self-evaluate how you perceive what you believe in. The values of the people who are showcased have no grander visions than anyone else. But what makes them standout is that their dreams and visions for unity are being realized through their selfless efforts to bring about positive change in a society that is showing more and more resistance to that notion.
My hope is that the more people that see this film, helps to inspire more people to understand what hate in America is really all about. This nation can be the great nation that it was intended to be, if those who want it to be stand up for it. I think that Tom Brokaw and the producers of this documentary drive this point home.
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