A resource from New Day Films that examines how portraying Jesus as white has reinforced cultural divides from the colonial era up through our modern period of rampant gentrification, segregated churches, and police violence. Asks the question: How can we build a society where we truly care about our neighbors who don’t look like us? The film weaves together the stories of a white family who has adopted two black boys, an African American dancer, and an interracial Seattle congregation reckoning with their stained glass image of Christ. These stories, intertwined with the lives of the larger gentrifying community and historical interviews, suggest that there is a better way forward but it takes courage. Learn more.