Differences: A Student’s Story

This powerful and affirming film highlights Elizabeth Stewart, an evangelical Christian student and racial justice advocate, and her transformation as she goes through the process of Bridging the Gap.

How does bridgebuilding impact students?

This powerful and affirming film highlights an individual student’s transformation as they go through the process of Bridging the Gap. Elizabeth Stewart, a student at Spring Arbor University, a Christian institution, reflects on her personal journey as an evangelical Christian and racial justice activist, her commitment to seeking cooperation across differences, and the challenges and rewards of this work.

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Bridging the Gap​

Bridging the Gap equips students and educators with the skills and knowledge to better engage across deep divides in our polarized society.

BTG is resonating with staff and students at Bentley who want to see a more connected community with a sense of belonging that bridges typical societal divides.

– Ian Mevorach, Interfaith Chaplain at Bentley University