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Resources for keyword: Slavery



A Prayer for Slaves
Frederic Brussat
Pray in response to help put an end to slavery around the world.

A Prayer for Exploited Working Children in India
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
28 Million Working Children Exploited in India

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Tricked: The Documentary
Jane Wells, John-Keith Wasson
A hard-hitting documentary exposing the cruel underworld of sex trafficking of teenage girls.

12 Years a Slave
Steve McQueen
A sobering drama about racism and slavery that will sear your soul and set you thinking about the shadow side of American history.

Abduction of Eden
Megan Griffiths
A compelling indie film inspired by a true story about a New Mexico woman who is kidnapped and forced into prostitution in a sex trade operation.

War Witch
Kim Nquyen
An astonishing drama set in Africa that vividly depicts the courage and resiliency of a 12-year-old girl whose spiritual gifts enable her to survive.

Forged in the Fiery Furnace
Diana L. Hayes
A vivid illustration of the vigor and resiliency of African American spirituality.

Spiritual Perspectives on 50 Films for Black History Month
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Celebrate Black History Month with 50 of the best films about African-Americans.

An excerpt from Why Animal Suffering Matters
Andrew Linzey
A convincing ethical case against animal suffering caused by hunters, breeders, and commercial enterprises.

Bill Moyers: Amazing Grace
Elena Mannes, Bill Moyers
A documentary with performances of the popular hymn and comments by Bill Moyers and many others about the reasons for its continuing impact.

I Lay My Stitches Down
Cynthia Grady
Poetic portraits about how African-American slaves tried to keep their souls alive.

The Cross and the Lynching Tree
James H. Cone
A theologian's incisive assessment of lynching in America and a critique of the silence of Christian communities.

Less Than Human
David Livingstone Smith
A sturdy and substantive philosophical exploration of dehumanization.

Trade
Marco Kreuzpaintner
A scary, poignant, and unforgettable film that elicits our outrage and compassion as it puts faces and feelings on the victims of the international trade in sex slaves.

The Price of Sugar
Bill Haney
A portrait of a modern-day saint, a courageous Spanish Catholic priest in the Dominican Republic with a ministry of compassion to poor, enslaved Haitian immigrants. One of the best documentaries of the year.

Amazing Grace
Michael Apted
An inspiring drama directed by Michael Apted about a zealous abolitionist in eighteenth century England who models for us a moral heroism.


 

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