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Jewish Australia | Jewish Australia Jewish Australia. The gateway to everything Jewish in Australia, and Jewish life worldwide. Events, Jewish holidays, song words, dances, genealogy, barmitzvah info, film, festivals, culture.
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Stefan Goreiski - Akkordeon, Musiker, Sprecher, Coach Akkordeon-Musik sensibel und stimmungsvoll gespielt für viele Gelegenheiten: Klezmer, Musette, Tango, Folk, Improvisation mit & ohne Begleitung in Hamburg & international
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NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival Through the poignant medium of film, the NYSJFF provides viewers with an understanding of the rich mosaic culture of Jews from the Middle East and greater Sephardic Diaspora.
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Video Production Company + Services NYC | PANOPTICA FILMS Panoptica Films is a full-service creative video production company specializing in commercial, branded, industrial, corporate, and original video content, located in New York City.
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Berlin Information - english language guide with hotels, maps etc. English language information service for Berlin Germany and its international community: residents, tourists, business people, diplomats, students, backpackers, loveparaders
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موقع الشيخ أحمد ديدات - Sheikh Ahmed Deedat Web site موقع الشيخ أحمد ديدات - Sheikh Ahmed Deedat Web site - Débats du Cheikh Ahmed deedat - Duitse video s van Sheikh Deedat -
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No. 4 Street of Our Lady - Home Page No. 4 Street of Our Lady is a documentary film about two families caught up in the tragic events of the Holocaust, one Jewish and one Christian, and examines how these events continue to impact their lives today
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YakiMargulies.com All about the Actor, Writer, Filmmaker, and Musician, Yaki Margulies.
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Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival | Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival A four-day festival, in beautiful Santa Barbara, examining Jewish culture, identity, traditions, modern realities and humor! And food.
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Herlinde Koelbl Photography . Herlinde Koelbl - home of the photographer and artist. Pictures and samples of her work including photos, film and exhibitions. current projects and exhibiton dates
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 Art Kibbutz International Jewish Artist Colony - Home Art Kibbutz International Jewish Artist Colony
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chicago photographer | videographer | photojournalism | professional events | branded content joegallophotography/FILM. A Chicago based photographer and videographer creating branded content for social platforms. With a focus on documentary story telling photojournalism, Brand assignments and professional events.
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15. Jewish Motifs Intl. Film Festival – 15. Międzynarodowy Festiwal Filmowy Żydowskie Motywy
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Aspen Sojourner Aspen Sojourner has celebrated the unique spirit of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley for the last ten years. Stuffed with compelling stories that explore the region's rich history, its colorful local characters, and its abundance of outdoor activities and cultural events, every issue of Sojourner is a must-read.
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Oma & Bella Oma and Bella is an intimate portrait of two elderly Jewish women in Berlin with humor, powerful stories, and a deep fondness for good food. As the documentary follows them through their daily lives, a portrait emerges of two Holocaust survivors who stayed in Germany. They answer questions of heritage, memory and identity, ultimately, through the re-creation of the sumptuous foods from their childhood. This film, made by Oma''s granddaughter, follows them as they struggle to retain a part of their past while being very much engaged in the present.
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Ben Stern, a Holocaust survivor for whom the past is never past and whose courage, kindness and faith remain intact, is tested once again, in a fiercely public battle against the Nazis in Skokie, Illinois. Near Normal Man is a half-hour documentary film, told in a first-hand account by Ben Stern, a Polish Jew, who survives 2 ghettos, 9 concentration camps and 2 death marches. The Nazis identify him as one of the dangerous Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto.
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Portland Monthly Portland Monthly chronicles, challenges, and celebrates one of America’s most innovative cities, inspiring readers to explore and shape the vibrant metropolis we call home.
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SUNY Press :: Home Publisher of scholarly and trade books, focusing on the humanities, social science, and fiction.
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Jewish Australia | Jewish Australia Jewish Australia. The gateway to everything Jewish in Australia, and Jewish life worldwide. Events, Jewish holidays, song words, dances, genealogy, barmitzvah info, film, festivals, culture.
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Illuminati News Welcome Page All this chaos, genocide, ethnic cleansing and disaster we see in this world have a genuine purpose. It is all very carefully planned by a few “invisible”, super-rich people behind the scenes, high above any power structure that the ordinary citizen knows about. They want to create a One World Government with themselves in charge, making the rest of us slaves in a Super Socialist State that would make former Soviet Union look like Paradise, in comparison...!
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Aspen Sojourner Aspen Sojourner has celebrated the unique spirit of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley for the last ten years. Stuffed with compelling stories that explore the region's rich history, its colorful local characters, and its abundance of outdoor activities and cultural events, every issue of Sojourner is a must-read.
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Calcutta 1940s - Panorama of a changing city The fascinating events of 1940s Calcutta, are researched by this virtual museum project. A site is full of detailed information.
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Jewish Community Center, Sonoma County The JCC. Something for Everyone! The JCC connects people and creates community - Jewish community. Helping you discover the inviting array of opportunities to connect Jewishly in a comfortable way - no matter what level of commitment you may have – and providing those options to you is what your Jewish Community Center is all about. The Jewish Community Center, Sonoma County offers a multitude of ways to engage in some aspect of Jewish life—for you, for your children, for your whole family! No prior experience is necessary to enjoy what we’ve got to offer. Summer day camp, a county-wide teen program, lively activities for seniors, arts and culture, clubs and classes …there’s something for everyone! You are invited to get involved and lend your time, energy and talent in helping us create a vibrant and inclusive Jewish community. Call 707-528-4222 to learn more about ways you can participate. We welcome your interest and encourage your involvement!
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Letter From Cloudcroft - Documentary Film | Letter From Cloudcroft Inspired by the discovery of 1946 letters, this documentary film follows daughter, filmmaker’s journey to uncover the secrets of the American space race.
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Al Jolson Society Official Website International Al Jolson Society Official Home Page, with text, pictures, audio, and video of the World''s Greatest Entertainer. You ain''t heard nothin'' yet!
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Home - Schaarschmidt IT US Dipl. Des. Uli Schaarschmidt 0178 41 31 957 Rosen für Dorothy und Roy Lichtenstein unter Christoph Vitali 1994 Haus der Kunst München
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San Francisco Jewish Film Festival | Jewish Film Institute The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) is the first and largest festival of its kind and the leader in the presentation and curation of new film and media exploring the complexities of global Jewish life. The 38th SF Jewish Film Festival takes place July 19 – August 5, 2018.
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Order product or ask a question of Notowitz Productions -- www.notowitz.com We produce film, video, documentaries, commercials, marketing and promotional videos, and internet web sites. Now doing extremely successful and targeted direct email marketing.
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David Posnack JCC - JCC Book Festival We invite you to laugh, cry, ponder, smile and enjoy the incredible lineup of programs we offer from across the cultural arts spectrum in literature, film, music and more.
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Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival films, venues, showtimes, tickets and information.
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Welcome to Sass Video Productions SASS Video Productions specializes in the art of filming, editing and presenting your simcha and special events in stunning Digital Video format.
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UK Jewish Film We entertain, educate and enlighten diverse audiences in the UK and internationally, provide support to emerging filmmakers, and organise educational events
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Phyllis Chesler Phyllis Chesler is an Emerita Professor of Psychology at City University of New York. She is a best-selling author, a legendary feminist leader, a retired psychotherapist and expert courtroom witness. She has lectured and organized political, legal, religious, and human rights campaigns in the United States, Canada, Europe, Israel, and the Far East. Her work has been translated into many European languages and into Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Hebrew. Dr. Chesler is a co-founder of the Association for Women in Psychology (1969), The National Women's Health Network (1974), and The International Committee for Women of the Wall (1989). She is a Shillman-Ginsburg Fellow at The Middle East Forum, and a fellow at the Institute for the Study of Global Anti-Semitism and Policy (ISGAP).
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Official Destination Sarajevo Guide - Destination Sarajevo Plan a trip to Sarajevo with the help of the Destination Sarajevo Guide. Find out what to do, where to go, what the must-see attractions are and find all the relevant information visitors might need.
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The SAIS Observer – The SAIS Observer is a newspaper written, edited and produced by the students of The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Founded in 2002, it is the official student newspaper of the global SAIS community. The SAIS Observer is a newspaper written, edited and produced by the students of The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Founded in 2002, it is the official student newspaper of the global SAIS community.
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Above the Drowning Sea – A documentary film about World War II refugees in Shanghai On the eve of World War II, tens of thousands of Jewish refugees are trapped in Nazi-controlled Vienna. This is the epic story of their dramatic escape to Shanghai.
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HOME Aaron Davidman is the writer and performer of WRESTLING JERUSALEM a critically acclaimed solo play and feature film about the Israeli-Palestinian story.
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Twin Cities Jewish Film Festival Recreational and fitness facilities, kidsfit, gallery, performance, film, education, special events, early childhood, summer camp for everyone.
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Bonnie Burt Productions Bonnie Burt has been making intimate, personal documentary films for 20 years. Her films have been screened at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center and have been shown at film festivals around the world. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Bonnie Burt Bonnie Burt has been making intimate, personal documentary films for 20 years. Her films have been screened at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center and have been shown at film festivals around the world. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to A Home on the Range: The Jewish Chicken Ranchers of Petaluma some of her other films include: Song of a Jewish Cowboy, a companion piece to A Home on the Range, is an intimate portrait of someone who bridges two very different worlds. Scott Gerber carries on ranching and Yiddish traditions, working as a cowboy today in Petaluma and singing Yiddish and progressive songs in an Irish bar. And he’s looking to meet an nice Jewish girl! Abraham and Eugenia: Stories from Jewish Cuba is part of a trilogy of films which documents the “special Period” in Cuba after the fall of the Soviet Union and explores the difficult economic conditions and the resurgence of Jewish religious life on the island. The Believers: Stories from Jewish Havana and Trip to Jewish Cuba complete the trilogy of Cuban films which are available in Spanish with English translation on one dvd. Trees Cry For Rain: A Sephardic Journey profiles Rachel Amado Bortnick who recalls her rich vanishing world of Sephardic culture in Turkey and the nearly extinct Ladino or Judeo-Spanish language. Strong Love is the story of what happens world-class weight lifter Jon Shapiro and his childhood sweetheart Holly James, both of whom were born with Down Syndrome decide to marry.
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PerrysPreviews - Perry's Family Movie & Entertainment Reviews | From Award-winning Teen Critic & Filmmaker Perry Chen Child Animator Perry Chen is making an animation film "Changyou''s Journey" about his dad Dr. Changyou Chen who passed away from terminal cancer at age 49.
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Conspiracy Fact - Exposing The Agenda! Conspiracy Fact - Exposing The Illuminati New World Order Agenda!
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Book Tour Radio – Introducing You to New, Emerging, & Amazing Authors Introducing You to New, Emerging, & Amazing Authors
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Israelism: American Jews and Israel A documentary film from Eric Axelman and Sam Eilertsen covering the contentious relationship between American Jews and Israel.
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The Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival The Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival opening night is May 5, 2019! A dozen great movies during the Festival!
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Promotional Products Houston TX | Custom Screen Printing & T-Shirts - HOME Marketing Strategizers. Best selection of promotional items, apparel, corporate gifts, screen printing and embroidery. Let us earn your business with our 1st class service and low prices.
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Jonathan Branfman Curriculum Vitae Appointment Visiting Assistant Professor, the College of William & Mary. Joint appointment: Film & Media Studies / Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies. Education Ph.D.  Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies, The Ohio State University, 2019 Research & Pedagogical Fields Race and gender in popular culture Feminist masculinity studies Jewish studies Feminist, queer and critical…
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Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival | bijff, Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival
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4 Logoz | Promotional Products & Apparel | Addison, IL - Home 4 Logoz. Best selection of promotional items, apparel and corporate gifts. Let us earn your business with our 1st class service and low prices.
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Nadaav - Director of stunning film, TV, commercials and corporate video, London and International. Nadaav Soudry, London's most exciting film making talent. Nadaav is a director, writer and producer of TV documentaries, commercials, brand films, corporate video, drama and short comedy. His work has been screened globally, on BBC, ITV, BBC World, CNN, CNBC, History Channel and SciFi Channel, among others. Nadaav's films are innovative, often interactive. He is known for his work directing children, and for his talent at designing very exciting visual storytelling. He has made commercials for Citibank, Lebara Mobile and Fortis Bank, corporates for NHS, Jaguar Land Rover and BUPA and his TV credits include Panorama, Time Team and Blue Peter. Nadaav Soudry film maker. Documentary, comedy, drama, corporate video and broadcast television. Professional and talented freelance director or entire production service. Notable credits: Panorama (BBC1), Time Team (Channel 4), Blue Peter (BBC1), Match Made In Heaven (ITV1). Clients include Bupa, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Oxfam, Tullow Oil, Reuters, CNBC, ITN etc.
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Barak Shrama Barak Shrama is a San Francisco-based photographer who works across the US and worldwide. He received a BA in Photography from San Francisco State University. Since 2009, he has shot many corporate events, portraits, products, and film festivals. He has also shot for and been published in several magazines and newspapers including Cosmopolitan, San Francisco Chronicle, DW- Deutsche Welle, PCGamer, Nintendo, German World, Crotchet Today, and Knitting Life. Clients include: Telecom AGU Fall Meeting ETH Zurich Global DAAD-German Academic Exchange Service Goethe Institut Swissnex The City of Zurich University of Notre Dame German Consulate of San Francisco Swiss Consulate of San Francisco Switzerland Tourism MMS-Modern Marking Summit BKF-Butler Koshland Fellowships A Cloud Guru Future US Headsets.com KQED-NPR SPI Marketing BFC Group Frameline International Film Festival Berlin and Beyond Film Festival Jewish Film Festival In addition, working with Orange Photography, Barak Shrama has photographed for clients such as Google, Salesforce, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Oracle, Wired Magazine, PPIC, Mason, Codescience, Charles Schwab and more.
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Home Page | The Chosen People? | Joshua Gippin A Film about Jewish Identity - documentary about "God''s Chosen People"
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"Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy" - A Documentary Film A 90-minute documentary film for PBS that explores the unique role of Jewish composers, lyricists, songwriters and book writers in the creation of the modern American musical.
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Ruth Films - World Sales & Distribution‎‎ Ruth Diskin Films continues to offer a wide, in depth view, of one of the most compelling places on earth - a kaleidoscope of Israeli society, as well as films with strong Jewish content, made by leading documentary filmmakers world-wide.‬
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Lincoln Z. Shlensky - Home Lincoln Z. Shlensky, associate professor, Department of English, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Intersex South Africa | Diversity in Nature In February 2000, Stephen Coan of The Natal Witness, an alarmingly able journalist, interviewed Sally for a three-part account of my life. The Witness ran it as one long article recently. A decade having passed, she agreed to draft an update. Religion looms large in my life-narrative. My Christian commitment and faith died slowly and painfully of the probably calculated denial of the nourishment of fellowship it needed. Like many Quakers, I'm universalistic, not Christian. Since my mobility has deteriorated, making walking and even sitting for an hour in a Meeting House chair problematic, and since my body needs a weekly "sleep in"?, my attendance at Sunday morning Quaker meetings has lapsed. Occasional short meeting for worship at my house, sitting silently together in comfortable chairs, are a joy. Buddhist meditation practice, especially mindful breathing, is important to me. The most profound experience of my life was at a week-long Buddhist meditation retreat when I was in the Order. For a while, the mind was free of hindrances. Its inherent luminosity emerged and time seemed to stop in an extraordinary epiphany of bliss and sheer grace. Sitting cross-legged is now beyond me and sitting up is problematic, so I tend to meditate in a recliner-chair. The teachings of the Buddha, his "Dhamma", especially in the Pali, speak powerfully to me. This is not really new. As a student in my Order Order, I was probably the only Jewish Dominican friar to be secretary of a University Buddhist Society. I don't view the Buddha's Dhamma as religion: it's more a philosophy of life. In and through all of this, I'm Jewish. This is cultural rather than religious, though Rabbinical literature is dear to me, and does not entail uncritical support for the actions of Israeli governments. "Why is there anything at all rather than nothing?" ? This question underpinned my belief in God. The mystery-shaped answer was "God"?. Around two years back I realised that I no longer believe that the question has meaning. It pushes beyond the bounds of sense for finite creatures. Thus I'm an atheist, somewhat to my own surprise, but this doesn't change the tenor of my life. More substantially, I reject much in scripture – the commandments to exterminate the Amalekites and the Canaanite nations, for example. Genocide is wrong, "divinely commanded" or not. Mad spirals of violence in Israel/Palestine and elsewhere, driven by "us-versus-them" attitudes with deep roots in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, suggest that the "Abrahamic faiths"? tend to bear strange, toxic fruit. Recently, a Buddhist friend introduced me to an acupuncturist-cum-Rabbi. He wasn't thrown by my life-history and atheism, and I'm amazed at his openness. He noted that the Zohar, a seminal Jewish mystical text, distinguishes derekh, well-charted highway, from netiv, uncharted trail. A few are unsuited to the derekh, the path of conventional communal and religious life: a netiv is their destiny. The derekh was not for me; I'm on a unique netiv. Rabbinics, powerful Christian archetypes, the Dhamma and my Jewishness are all part of this. Rejection by my Order and the Roman Curia still hurts, and I still miss religious life. Some years back, I sent a formal letter to the Roman Curia to protest at the dishonesty with which I was handled. I felt bound to express some outrage while seeking closure. Unsurprisingly, there was no response. In the film "The Mission" a character, having sinned grievously, drags a heavy bundle containing the armour and sword of his violent past with him everywhere as a penance. In some ways, the continued crippling impact of ostracism by the Order and Church was like that. Moved by this image, I e-mailed Malcolm McMahon, the Dominican who drove the process which shattered my life, now a Bishop. I explained that I sought closure. While his actions had been ill-judged, it was water under the bridge, I had no wish to diabolize him, and offered him my friendship. To his great credit, he replied soon afterwards. He saw me as a friend, but felt he'd acted in the Order's and Church's best interests. What I'd done was courageous, but he believed it wrong. I'm not sure what he contends I've done, but am grateful to him for responding so quickly and honestly. Recently, I managed to make contact with Timothy Radcliffe, Master of the Order during my ordeal. He responded warmly, expressing the hope that we might meet some day. I still work for the Regional Land Claims Commission in the Western Cape, as Research and Policy Advisor. The Commission's work is almost finished, and what lies ahead is uncertain. That my body is failing looms large. Diminished mobility makes public transport inaccessible, while eye-problems prevent driving. The expense of getting to and from work is unsustainable, so getting out and about is beyond my means. This is isolating. It isn't due to intersex. Highly pressured work and the deep wounds from the past have taken a toll. Several lifetimes' worth of experience are packed into 56 years, and perhaps my health problems reflect this. My body is like a car which bears the marks of heavy and productive use. Since 2000, I've drafted amendments bearing on intersex for the Alteration of Sex Descriptions Bill and the Promotion of Equality Act, and these have been lobbied into law. Getting intersex into the Promotion of Equality Act is the weightier of the two. Lobbying persuaded the SA Human Rights Commission that intersex is a serious human rights issue. This yielded an SAHRC workshop three years back which looked at the imposition of genital surgery on intersexed infants and children, and the possible need for legislation. Through Engender, an NGO on whose board I serve, funds were raised to set Intersex South Africa up formally as an Engender project with a full-time coordinator. My role is advisory. It has a website and has been served by two coordinators who developed literature and ran numerous workshops, though it is without a coordinator right now. Much needs to be done to educate the public about intersex. They need to learn that it is part of the fabric of human diversity and not a threat, a rights issue and not pathology. Teachers and curricula need content about it. Medical students need input from a medical-ethics and human rights perspective. Religious leaders need to be educated about it to educate others. Research about the prevalence of intersex in SA, and about attitudes and practices, is needed. We need legislation to limit and regulate non-consensual genital surgery on the intersexed, and legislation must be screened with implications for the intersexed in mind. The past three years have convinced me that, while NGO involvement is helpful, it is not sufficient. Government needs to act as a catalyst. A modest Directorate with a Director, a deputy director and one or two administrative assistants-cum-project-officers, within the department for Women, Persons with Disabilities and Children, and with a mandate to engage with other Departments regarding the rights and needs of the intersexed, could achieve a great deal at minimal cost. My knowledge, experience, skills and commitment would be best deployed in such a context while my body still permits it.
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JESUS - English This film is a perfect introduction to Jesus through the Gospel of Luke. Jesus constantly surprises and confounds people, from His miraculous birth to His rise from the grave. Follow His life through excerpts from the Book of Luke, all the miracles, the teachings, and the passion. God creates everything and loves mankind. But mankind disobeys God. God and mankind are separated, but God loves mankind so much, He arranges redemption for mankind. He sends his Son Jesus to be a perfect sacrifice to make amends for us. Before Jesus arrives, God prepares mankind. Prophets speak of the birth, the life, and the death of Jesus. Jesus attracts attention. He teaches in parables no one really understands, gives sight to the blind, and helps those who no one sees as worth helping. He scares the Jewish leaders, they see him as a threat. So they arrange, through Judas the traitor and their Roman oppressors, for the crucifixion of Jesus. They think the matter is settled. But the women who serve Jesus discover an empty tomb. The disciples panic. When Jesus appears, they doubt He''s real. But it''s what He proclaimed all along: He is their perfect sacrifice, their Savior, victor over death. He ascends to heaven, telling His followers to tell others about Him and His teachings.