DVDs and Videotapes

Listed below are DVD’s and videotapes you may find helpful whether you are an LGBT person, a parent or relative of an LGBT person, someone who ministers with LGBT persons and/or their families, or someone who wants to know more about their LGBT friends, neighbors and co-workers.  Their being listed does not necessarily mean that Fortunate Families agrees with all the views presented in these materials.

All God’s Children. 26 minutes. Deals with homophobia and building tolerance and love for gay and lesbian persons writing the African-American community.
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NEW Anyone and Everyone. 57 minutes. Connected by having a son or daughter who is gay, parents across the country discuss their experiences in this documentary.
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De Colores. 28 minutes. Bi-lingual. About how Latino families and communities are replacing the deep roots of homophobia with the even greater roots of love, tolerance and acceptance.
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NEW For the Bible tells me so. 98 minutes. This award-winning documentary brilliantly reconciles homosexuality and Biblical scripture—and reveals that religious anti-gay bias is based almost solely upon a misrepresentation of the Bible. learn more>

I Exist. 56 minutes. Voices from the Lesbian & Gay Middle Eastern Community in the U. S.
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In Good Conscience: Sister Jeannine Gramick’s Journey of Faith. 82 minutes. “The unassuming Sister Jeannine Gramick may be the most engaging spokesperson for the Catholic faith in recent memory…” Variety.
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It’s Elementary. 2 versions; 78 or 37 minutes. “An extremely moving portrait of how schools can appropriately address what, for many, is a very sensitive issue. It’s Elementary is essential viewing for parents and educators concerned about preventing violence and prejudice. I can’t recommend it highly enough.” Carolyn B. Sheldon, President, American School Counselor Association. Distributed by New Day films.
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Straight from the Heart. 25 minutes. An Academy Award nominated documentary, theis film shows PFLAG families telling their stories with emotion, thoughtfulness, credibility, and humor. Powerful thought-provoker among parent and parish groups.
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