A film about cultural diversity and religious pluralism in America, What Do You Believe? supports lessons on religious tolerance and freedom of religion, religious education, comparative religion, multiculturalism and teenage spirituality. What Do You Believe? is also excellent material for diversity training and teaching youth and adults about religious diversity.
Outstanding...the dialogue is from the heart! -School Library Journal

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What Do You Believe? screened at the 2006 Staten Island Film Festival

Received The 2005 Skipping Stones Magazine Honor Award

Screened at the 2004 annual American Academy of Religion Meeting

Named one of "The Ten Best Videos of 2003 for Young Adults" by the Young Adult Library Services Association

What Do You Believe? Is Now Closed Captioned!

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In this award-winning documentary featured on PBS, Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, Pagan, Native American, and Jewish Teens share their most personal struggles and beliefs about faith, morality, suffering and death, prayer, the purpose of life and the divine. Without a hint of dogma they candidly discuss everything from hormones to heaven, deflate misperceptions and stereotypes at every turn, and make a strong case for a more tolerant America.


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