Journey to a Hate Free Millennium DVD
Centering on historical documented hate crimes, the film "Journey to a Hate Free Millennium" includes the student shootings at Columbine High School, the dragging death of James Byrd, Jr., and the brutal beating death of Matthew Shepard. Sharing their thoughts in the film through exclusive interviews are Judy Shepard (mother of Matthew Shepard), the family of James Byrd, Jr., Darrell Scott (father of Columbine student Rachel Scott), recording artist Elton John, actors Kathy Najimy and John Dye (Touched by an Angel) and others who were moved by these disturbing events. In addition, T.J. Leyden, a former neo-Nazi who now speaks out against hate, shares his own story of what it was like to be raised in a hate-filled environment and as someone who has embarked on a journey to a hate-free life. Powerful and stirring, "Journey to a Hate Free Millennium" is a film of hope and inspiration. Journey has been presented in all 50 states and continues to be one of the #1 anti-bullying educational resources. The educational kit includes (1) 35-minute educational DVD, (1) 72 minute theatrical DVD and (1) educational guide, which meets educational standards.
Price: $59.95, which includes an educational guide
Romaine First Visit To
The Fence Film Still
James Byrd Jr Grave Film Still
Columbine Crosses Film Still