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From India with Love is a documentary film about victims of violence from across America who embark on an epic journey to India, inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who had also visited India to study nonviolence. The common denominator that binds them in this story is their unique exposure to violence and their desire to reinvigorate the conversation about nonviolence in America.

The group included: a single mother whose son was brutally murdered in a tragic school shooting (Sandy Hook, Connecticut) and her best friend, a former gang member (Los Angeles, California), an educator (Newark, New Jersey), a social entrepreneur and a music scholar (both Black Lives Matter activists from Oakland, California).

The film showcases how the culture of India empowers them with tools, wisdom and inspiration to find healing, solace and to become ambassadors of nonviolence in their communities.

Review of our film by nonviolence advocates


I enjoyed the film very much. What an important framework you are offering of transformation and possibility for people who have been most affected by violence. I would love to explore possibilities of bringing the program in Rochester.

...Kit Miller (Director, M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence)

“The heartwarming film opens up a healing way for the most serious problem of our age.  It concerns not only this small band but, by implication, every one of us.  The creators of the event and the film deserve our thanks and congratulations.” 

...Michael Nagler (Founder/President, Metta Center for Nonviolence)


I have had the opportunity to view the film, which is beautifully done. What a powerful, inspiring and life changing experience and journey. I look forward to exploring potential opportunities for our community.

...Mayor Rosalyn Bliss (Grand Rapids, Michigan)

Testimonials from Community Screening in Austin

Reeta Sharma (social activist)

Ruben Cantu (social activist)

Becky Booker (social activist)