Multimedia Resources for Your Community

Compelling documentaries that tell an underheard story. Video of key religious voices of the day speaking to the very issues on the hearts and minds of your community. Podcasts that take critical stories even further. In a media-driven world, Auburn has created numerous strategies for media to be a resource to you and your faith community. At Auburn, we track the emerging trends and offer everything you need to inform your next community gathering.

Looking for specific recommendations to guide an upcoming discussion? Contact Auburn's Program Associate of Auburn Media Jake Goodman at (212) 870-3187. 

Here are a few Auburn Multimedia Resources for your next Bible study, Torah Study or community discussion:

Documentary Film
Compelling stories unfold through documentary film.  Auburn is a leader in tracking best practices in documentary film across religious and justice issues.  Auburn makes it easy, from discussion guides to practical ideas to integrate documentary film into your next community discussion to purchasing information. Click here to learn more.

Newsweek/Washington Post "On Faith" Blog
Auburn President Katharine Henderson comments on the trends that are shaping religous, public and media makers to make a better world. Click here to learn more.

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