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Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial (2007)
"In a tiny town of Dover in eastern Pennsylvania, in 2004, the local school board ordered science teachers to read to their high school biology students a statement that suggested there is an alternative to Darwin's theory ...
A Closer Walk (2003)
This program offers a view into the international aspects of the AIDS epidemic. It is comprised of interviews, stories, portraits, and vignettes of children, women and men with AIDS living on four continents. The film was ...
Boy I Am (2006)
"In the course of the film, three young transitioning FTMs discuss their bodies, feminism, and the intersection of race and class with their transgender identity. Their stories are interspersed with interviews with lesbians, ...
Black and White (2006)
"Black and White shines a sensitive light on a subject that is too often either shunned or sensationalized: the experiences of intersex people (sometimes called hermaphrodites). This beautiful and stylish film artfully ...
Shining Path, a Maoist group established in the 1970s by Abimael Guzman, had by 1980 launched a revolutionary insurrection in the Peruvian countryside. When the movement's attempt to recruit Quechuan peasants to its cause ...
In Guatemala the Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAF) exhumes 1,000 bodies a year in an attempt to identify the remains of decades-old victims of army massacres. SACRED SOIL interviews relatives of the deceased and the ...
I Had an Abortion (2005)
"Cutting across age, race, class, and religion, the film unfolds personal narratives with interviews, archival footage, and home movies. Florence Rice speaks without regret about her abortion in the 1930s; Marion Banzhaf, ...
The Final Solution (2001)
"It was perhaps the most horrifying crime ever committeed against humanity--the systematic extermination of millions of Jews in German death camps during World War II. Now, in The Final Solution, the producers of the ...
Dialogues in Behavioral Health Research Ethics (2006)
"Dialogues in Behavioral Health Research Ethics is a 4-hour DVD consisting of eight 30-minute units. Each unit consists of interviews with ethics experts, excerpts of focus groups with mental health consumers who have ...
Ethics: What Is It and Why Is It Important: Michael Stingl (2008)
Dr. Michael Stingl "features interviews with the series' speakers on topics such as the role of moral theory in practice." [description from PHEN site]