RFAP Films

The Respect for All Project

The Respect for All Project

GroundSpark's Respect For All Project facilitates the development of inclusive, bias-free schools and communities by providing media resources, support and training to youth, educators and service providers.

Films in The Respect For All Project

The Respect For All Project offers a series of award-winning films aimed at K-12 educators, youth service providers, students, and families to promote understanding of diversity and anti-bias education. All the films have accompanying curriculum guides. The films are available close captioned in English and with Spanish subtitles. Our dynamic professional development and community workshops are centered around these films.

StraightLacedBuy this Film
Showcases the diverse and unscripted voices of teenagers who speak with powerful honesty, insight, and humor about gender role and sexuality expectations and their struggles to be who they really are.
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Let's Get RealBuy this Film
Features youth speaking frankly about their varied and often painful experiences related to bullying at school, and helps open dialogue about the underlying bias issues – related to gender identity, race, national origin, class, religion, sexual orientation and more – that are fueling the bullying epidemic. Read More »
That's a FamilyBuy this Film
Invites children growing up in a wide range of family structures to explain to their peers what they would like them to know about having parents who are divorced, single, gay or lesbian, different races, or what it means to have been adopted or to be raised by a guardian. Read More »
It's ElementaryBuy this Film
This now-classic documentary makes that case that all children are affected by anti-gay prejudice and shows how all adults can take responsibility for addressing this bias with youth.
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It's Still ElementaryBuy this Film
Does it make a difference to have K-8 teachers that addressed LGBT issues in the classroom? This documentary about a documentary finds some of the students in theoriginal It’s Elementary to find out the answer while revealing the political history surrounding this culture-changing film. Read More »