Movies and Videos
An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation's history of racial inequality.
Dr. Christina Edmondson is the Dean for Intercultural Student Development at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI. In this speech, Dr. Edmondson addresses the fact that we live in an extremely polarized world. She explains that the solutions to reconciling this polarization include humility, observation, and most importantly, legitimate confrontation.
Pastor Scotty Scruggs participated in a roundtable discussion with three other local pastors: Pastor Anthony Ballard, Pastor Harvey Drake, and Dr. Scott Dudley. They discussed injustice, racism, lament and what our response as Christians should look like. As we look for ways we can be the bridge during this time, they encouraged us to start at home, work alongside others and grow in our relationships.
The John and Vera Mae Perkins Foundation for Justice, Reconciliation & Community Development (JVMPF) is a non-profit organization that teaches and promotes the principles of Christian Community development and racial reconciliation. This Bible study was conducted with Bryan Stevenson of the Equal Justice Initiative on June 11, 2020.
Here is a story time and lesson on "Discrimination, Exclusion/Inclusion, Pets, and Kindness." This is written by educator Elizabeth Behrens from the www.BeTheBridge.com website, featuring the picture book Strictly No Elephants.
On the hottest day of the year on a street in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, everyone's hate and bigotry smolders and builds until it explodes into violence.
In an age of mass incarceration and growing racial tension, how can a church committed to the flourishing of a whole city engage as ambassadors of reconciliation and restoration? Bryan Stevenson & Tim Keller help us explore ways to sustain hope through a grace filled pursuit of justice and mercy as they draw from their own calling and work.
Disgruntled Korean War veteran Walt Kowalski sets out to reform his neighbor, Thao Lor, a Hmong teenager who tried to steal Kowalski's prized possession: a 1972 Gran Torino.