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Filmmakers Focus Cameras On Personal Stories, Societal Issues

March 31, 2009

Author: Sarika Jagtiani

Source: Dover Post

http://www.doverpost.com/entertainment/x1579107164/Filmmakers-focus-cameras-on-personal-stories-societal-issues

Documentary films are vivisections of societal issues, and filmmakers are the ones on the inside doing the cutting.

“The greatest tool in the documentary toolmakers arsenal is unique access,” said Sharon Baker,...

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A Round Of Applause for Fremont, USA

March 18, 2009

Author: Jay Youngdahl

Source: East Bay Express News

http://www.eastbayexpress.com/news/a_round_of_applause_for_fremont__usa/Content?oid=946026

One of the most important and unforgettable phrases uttered in my lifetime was Rodney King's plaintive plea, "Can we all get along?" King's aphorism exemplifies a central issue of our time. How can people from different backgrounds and cultures happily, respectfully, and...

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Religious Diversity Explored At Local Level

March 12, 2009

Author: Colleen Walsh

Source: Harvard University Gazette

http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2009/03.12/11-fremont.html

Can a diverse religious community unite and heal after a brutal murder in broad daylight, one possibly motivated by religious hatred?

That profound question and others like it, questions of religious diversity and tolerance, are at the heart of the new documentary “Fremont, U.S.A.,” which was...

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"God Beyond Borders: Interfaith Education And Congregations," a Commentary by Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook

January 1, 2009

Author: Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook

Source: Congregations

http://www.alban.org/conversation.aspx?id=7006

One Friday during Lent, Greg Foraker, director of adult formation ministries at St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church in Tucson, Arizona, entered the Islamic Center, the city’s largest mosque, to participate in worship with its 500 members. To the left of the entrance was a group of women in traditional attire and to the right was a room...

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