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White Noise: Live Panel Discussion

Hosted By: The Jewish Community Project of Lower Manhattan (JCP)

Join filmmaker Daniel Lombroso to discuss his critically-acclaimed documentary WHITE NOISE, based on his four years reporting inside the alt-right. As a Jewish American and the grandson of two Holocaust survivors, Lombroso’s investigative journalism is deeply personal. Over three years, he traversed twelve states and five countries, and spent hundreds of hours with conspiracy theorists, far-right influencers, and politicians.

Now you have the opportunity to hear some behind-the-scenes anecdotes and ask him your own questions. RSVP to gain access to the film for free, and then join us for the live Q&A on March 18 over Zoom (ID: 872 3086 5558; Password: JCP). The live session is also accessible via the Q&A tab of the signup page, just click “Join The Live Talk” when it’s time!

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