This month we are honored to feature the new independent documentary, Contradiction: The Movie, as part of its national premier tour. Producer and director Jeremiah Camara, along with atheist comedian Steve Hill, will join us to present the film, which follows Camara as he travels the country examining the paradox of black neighborhoods saturated with churches while plagued with violence and poverty. Examining the possible connection between high-praise and low-productivity, Contradiction creates a historical and cultural context to better understand the effects of religion on modern society and the role of the black church. View the trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T30Ekq6bND4&feature=youtu.be).
Jeremiah Camara is an international speaker, activist, filmmaker, and author of "Holy Lockdown: Does the Church Limit Black Progress?" and "The New Doubting Thomas: The Bible, Black Folks & Blind Belief".
Saturday October 26
Schroeder's Restaurant, 240 Front St., rear dining room
4:30 pm Meet/greet/drink/eat
5:00 pm Program will begin
Near the Embarcadero Muni & BART station, downtown San Francisco
Free, cash donations welcome