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Emotionally powerful documentary that challenges society’s definitions of family by exploring the ways lesbians are becoming parents and how they are raising their children.
This 1991 Academy Award-winning documentary uncovers the disastrous health and environmental side effects caused by the production of nuclear materials by the General Electric Corporation.Learn more >
An inspiring documentary about three communities where low-income residents have found an empowering way to realize the American dream… owning a home.Learn more >
Reveals the inspiration, motivation and political challenges at San Francisco City Hall during the frantic days leading up to the first government-sanctioned same-sex marriage.Learn more >
Breaks new ground in helping children in grades K-8 understand the different shapes families take today. Part of The Respect for All Project.
The groundbreaking film that addresses anti-gay prejudice by providing adults with practical lessons on how to talk with children about gay people. Part of The Respect For All Project.
Examines issues that lead to taunting and bullying, including racial differences, perceived sexual orientation, learning disabilities, religious differences, sexual harassment and others. Part of the Respect for All Project.
This moving story and political drama revisits the students and teachers from the original groundbreaking film, It’s Elementary, and discovers the profound impact of using film as a tool for social change.
Shares the moving memorial service for this lifelong civil rights pioneer.
Teenagers open up about how they are limited by gender role expectations and their process of finding ways to really be themselves. Part of The Respect for All Project.Learn more >
Through our Respect For All Project, GroundSpark facilitates the development of inclusive, bias-free schools and communities by providing media resources, support and training to youth, educators and service providers.
GroundSpark is hosting a Bay Area two-day Respect for All Project Institute on February 6 – 7, 2015 to provide professional development in creating inclusive, safe schools and communities for young people of all identities and cultures.Read More»