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Disclosure: a film by Sam Feder and Amy Scholder

  • Toolkit for colleges, universities and community groups

  • Author(s) / Creator(s)
  • This toolkit is based on a belief in the power of human connection and the possibilities of using DISCLOSURE to strengthen that connection. Through dialogue and action undertaken in a spirit of openness and respect, we increase understanding and expand our thinking. We embrace listening, along with sharing, as essential to our dialogue because being heard is the first step towards being valued, and valuing one another is the first step towards creating an inclusive community. The resources in these pages have been assembled to help you engage family, friends, classmates, colleagues, and communities in conversation. You’ll find some suggestions that meet your specific needs and others that are best suited for people in situations that are different from yours—please choose accordingly. Anything that helps your particular audience think more deeply about the issues in the film is a good choice. We also hope that the film and discussion inspire audiences to take action. Learn more about how to do this with consideration for trans people and allies in the Take Action section of this toolkit (p. 15). -- Summary from resource, p. 3.

  • Date created
    2021-06-01
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    Book
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    https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-mztk-yp84
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