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A Discussion Guide (in Adobe Acrobat PDF format) is available for download
The filmmaker, persons seen in the film, or other people trained to answer questions raised by the film may be available to speak at your showing or event. Contact the Network on Religion and Justice for API LGBTQ People for more information.
About the DVD:
DVD Format: all-region NTSC
Film length: 23 minutes
Subtitles available in: Chinese, English, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean,
Pilipino, or Vietnamese.
Bonus features included on the DVD:
- "Homosexuality and the Bible" (32 min.) - Rev. Dr.
Kah-Jin Jeffrey Kuan, Associate Professor of Old Testament at Pacific
School of Religion. Lecture filmed at Buena Vista United Methodist Church
in Alameda, California, July 23, 2005.
- "Oneida's Faith Testimony" (14 min.) - Oneida Chi,
speaking at Buena Vista United Methodist Church, 7/23/2005.
- "A Theology of Acceptance" (13 min.) - Rev. Nobuaki
Hanaoka, speaking at Buena Vista United Methodist Church, 7/23/2005.
- "Experiences in the Church" (15 min.) - Ellen and
Harold Kameya, speaking at Buena Vista United Methodist Church, 7/23/2005.
- "Network on Religion and Justice" (12 min.)- Film
of the award-winning GAPA (Gay Asian Pacific Alliance) float in the
2006 San Francisco Chinese New Year parade, and the historic Asian American
religious contingent that marched with it.
- Resources - links to organizations to contact for additional
Network on Religion and Justice for API LGBTQ People
17 Walter U Lum Place
San Francisco, CA 94108
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