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Kansas vs. Darwin: Intelligent Design Witness at 2005 Kansas School Board Hearings

kansas vs darwinMainstream science staged a worldwide boycott of the Kansas hearings, so the only witnesses were those advocating Intelligent Design.

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Celebrating the Life of Del Martin

Celebrating the Life of Del MartinLegendary lesbian civil rights pioneer Del Martin passed away in 2008. To honor her incomparable contributions, San Francisco celebrated her life with a moving civic celebration in its City Hall grand rotunda. Phyllis Lyon, her partner for over 50 years, was, of course, in attendance, along with a who’s who of city’s pioneering community of LGBT rights’ advocates.

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One Wedding and A Revolution: The 2008 Wedding

In 2008, Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin were the first lesbian couple to be (re)married by San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom under a California Supreme Court ruling granting same-sex couples the right to marry. Groundspark's documentary filmmaking crew was there. 

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Choosing Children, "The Back Story"

interview with film directors Debra Chasnoff and Kim Klausner 

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It's Elementary: Bill of Rights

Teacher Junius Harris at Manhattan Country School leads a discussion with his 6th grade students around the idea of gays in the military.

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Straightlaced
The story behind the making of "Straightlaced," with Director/Producer Debra Chasnoff.
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