GSSC Videos and Guides

“We Exist” – Collective Memories of Transgender Youth in Georgia High Schools (Full Video)

A Georgia Safe Schools Coalition Documentary (2010)

Directed by J. Roberts & A. Sykes
Produced by Corey Johnson, PhD, & Anneliese Singh, PhD

 

“Be There for Me” – Collective Memories of LGBTQ Youth in Georgia High Schools

A Georgia Safe Schools Coalition Documentary. (2009)

Directed by Rishi and Jyoti Kaneria
Produced by Corey Johnson, PhD, & Anneliese Singh, PhD

 

Download the Discussion Guide for Both Documentaries

GSSC Documentaries Facilitator’s Guide (pdf)

 

View all of our videos on our Youtube Channel!

http://www.youtube.com/user/GASafeSchoolsTV

Other Video Resources

Supporting Trans Students: An Overview for Secondary School Personnel– recorded webinar of GSSC co-founders Dr. Anneliese Singh and Maru Gonzalez discussing basic information to best support transgender and gender non-conforming students. Along with the recording you can download the powerpoint slides here.

Youth in Motion in partnership with GSA Network offers student activists and teachers LGBTQ themed films and interactive tools to help educate and build student leadership and activist skills, completely free of charge! Visit frameline.org/youth-in-motion to register for the 2013-2014 collection, which includes short films ranging from personal stories of queer youth to stories that delve into the dangers of bullying. Register now!

The Abominable Crime – Born into a homophobic society, what are you willing to sacrifice to survive? The Abominable Crime, at heart, is a story about a mother’s love for her child and an activist’s troubled love for his country. It also gives voice to gay Jamaicans who, in the face of endemic anti-gay violence, are forced to flee their homeland. Available for GSA clubs for only $10, contact us to request more info on how to get this special rate.