The peace movement called Women of Liberia Mass Action for Peace led to the election of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2005, making Liberia the first African nation with a female president. To learn how your faith community can screen this extraordinary film, click here.
This first week of June is a time of transition for many families whose loved ones are graduating from one school to the next. Use this documentary as a resource for your faith community to talk about the challenges of transition.Click here to learn more about Questioning Faith.
Let this documentary resource be a source of conversation to your faith community about democracy and the power of different voices in creating change. To learn more about Election Day as a documentary resource click here.
Coming out as a lesbian was the beginning of a new-found commitment to Christianity for the filmmaker of the documentary Fish out of Water. This documentary exploresthe way the Bible is used to both condemn and affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Click here to learn more about this powerful documentary to bring to your community.
This week, Jews around the world recognize Tisha B'Av a day of fast that commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples. Let Auburn be a resource in your discussion by recommending this documentary resource. Click here to learn more about Hiding and Seeking.
The Jewish observance of Shavuot offers an opportunity for all religious traditions to reflect on the handing down of tradition from generation to generation. Let this story of a Jewish boy with Down Syndrome preparing for his Bar Mitzvah, be a resource to youth as well as adults in your community by clicking here.
This Pentecost week is an opportunity for your community to wrestle with the hard question of how doubt can reconcile itself in a life of faith? Questioning Faith documents this very concern. Let this question guide your next community discussion. Click here to find out.
This Independence Day we are reminded that we are a country that enjoys freedoms parts of the world may never know. We are also a country still at war. Auburn is a trusted leader in bringing challenging issues to light. Let this documentary be a resource to your religious community by clicking here.
This scene from the aftermath of September 11 shares the power of hope and healing. Let this film begin an important conversation in your community. Click here to learn more about this documentary resource.
Is your community looking for an opportunity to speak more openly about LGBT equality? Trembling Before G-D tells the story of devout Jews who are gay, lesbian and transgendered. Click here to learn more about how this documentary can be a resource to your community of faith.