Re: Beyond "The Color of Fear"

Joy Wallace (
Mon, 30 Jun 1997 09:23:43 -0700 (PDT)

Recently at the national EQUALS sites retreat, we viewed "It's
Elementary", a film about education and sexual orientation. Although the
approach is not as provocative as "The Color of Fear", "It's Elementary"
is a powerful film and I highly recommend it. I can't tell you where to
get it though. I would contact Terri Belcher at EQUALS: 510-642-0230.
Joy Wallace

On Wed, 25 Jun 1997, Nancy wrote:

> Based on the strong endorsement of "The Color of Fear" in edequity postings, I
> purchased the film and made it available to my Constitutional Law class. It
> d profound impact on the students who viewed it. They did have one question:
> why did the film choose to include men only in the discussion group? Is there
> a comparable discussion among women and/or a mixed gender group? I also have
> now moved from race to gender discrimination in the course, and coming up is
> sexual orientation discrimination. If any members of the list have
> regarding other videos that reach issues of sexism or homophobia that are as
> powerful and well done as "The Color of Fear" I would love to have those
> tions. Thanks! Nancy Dowd, University of Florida College of Law,
> .edu

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