No-Name Calling Week—Stream Our Films For Free

We make films that create change.

GroundSpark has partnered with GLSEN on No Name Calling Week for ten years! To celebrate we are providing FREE STREAMING of all of our Respect For All Project films for the month of January

No Name Calling Week 2015

Thank you for your interest in No-Name Calling Week, January 19 - 23, 2015. To take advantage of our free streaming offer please fill out the form below. The streams are not as high a quality resolution as you will see when you purchase a DVD or educational streaming license. To prepare for screenings with your full class or larger groups, please take advantage of our No-Name Calling Week 25% purchasing discount. 

To prepare for screenings with your full class or larger groups, please take advantage of our No-Name Calling Week 25% purchasing discount to buy the films on DVD or high quality educational streaming licenses.   (Use discount code NNCW15 when you place your order). Each DVD is packaged with an in-depth 100+ page curriculum guide. The films are ideal for use with students, parents and guardians, and staff.


Respect For All Project Films

  1. Let’s Get Real, about middle school students grappling with bullying and bias. Ideal for students in grades 5 - 9, 37 minutes
  2. Straightlaced—How Gender's Got Us All Tied Up, about high school students confronting the gender and sexuality pressures that underlie many of the bullying issues teens face. Ideal for students in grades 8 - 12 and college.
  3. It's Elementarythe groundbreaking film that shows adults who work in schools how to talk with children about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people.
  4. It's Still Elementary, Revisits the students and teachers from the original groundbreaking film, It's Elementary, and provides concrete examples of how LGBT-inclusive education supports young people's lives.
  5. That's a Family! is an entertaining documentary that helps children in grades K-8 understand the different shapes families take today.