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.
How images of Black men contribute to racism is examined in this powerful documentary that offers solutions for hope in a post-racial era for Black communities. Click here to learn more about Fair Game? and how it can be a resource to your community.
Love is at the center of every religious tradition and provides the foundation of growing an inclusive church that affirms lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people of faith. To learn more about this film and this movement click here.
Ending poverty is at the heart of every faith tradition. This documentary offers concrete tools to end poverty and tells the story of people who are organizing and make a difference. Click here to learn how to bring this documentary to your community.
Rev. Fletcher Harper directs GreenFaith, an interfaith partnership that inspires, educates and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds to become environmental leaders. Learn more about how Renewal can create a movement in your community by clicking here. For more information about Auburn’s environmental resources click here.
The season of Pentecost brings newfound commitment to change and transform with a single voice of faith. Scenes from a Parish tells the story of a church striving to grow in a changing community. How is your community of faith challenged with meeting the needs of the changing church? Click here to learn.
This Independence Day we celebrate that we are a country with freedoms much of the world may never know. It is also a time to reflect that we are a country currently at war. What are the costs of war? Former Abu Ghraib interrogator Joshua Casteel wrestles with his faith and conscience in the face of war in this moving clip from Soldiers of Conscience. How can your faith community bring this into conversation? Click here to learn more.
Wangari Maathai’s simple act of planting trees grew into a nationwide movement to protect human rights and democracy. Learn how Wangari’s story can inspire leadership in your community by clicking here to Auburn’s documentary resources.
Poverty has been called the greatest weapon of mass destruction. This documentary offers concrete tools to end poverty and tells the story of people who are organizing and make a difference. Click here to learn how to bring this documentary to your community.