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Resurrecting Love has launched.  Now what?  

Can you lead us to a screening?  In your living room for an audience of 15 or more?  In your neighborhood, at your community center, at your church, at a local theater?  You can help us reach our two current goals: 1.) a larger and larger audience base, and 2.) funds to promote ourselves so that more and more people see our movie and talk about the issues.  Now that we know Resurrecting Love touches audiences greatly, we have to get it out into the world.

The Screening at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley (UUCB) in January was an immense success.  It has gained us a new audience, the seeds of financial redemption and a vision for the future. 

Have you heard the responses to the film that resulted from both that premiere screening in Berkeley as well as a rough cut screening we held in Teaneck (NJ) in the early summer?











In addition, here is a late arriving message after the recent screening, this time from a former KPIX News (San Francisco) anchor/reporter Barbara Rodgers: 


"I ... want you and the other organizers to know how much I and my

two friends were impressed by Resurrecting Love. It is a deeply moving

story that was well-told and it just points out how racism affects every

aspect of Black people’s lives . . . .  The documentary is both uplifting and heartbreaking at the same time. It makes very clear how hard it still is to

make permanent changes for the better for those who have been

discriminated against for decades. I hope that many people throughout

the USA and beyond will be able to view the documentary. Perhaps it will

help those who do not support diversity and inclusion efforts to see—and

understand—just how much those kinds of efforts are needed."


In interview after interview people are telling us that they were moved emotionally by the movie.  This is a film of the heart, not the head.  The issues touched are big ones in the world right now.  But, for many, many people these are not comfortable conversations for them to engage.  This film appears to be provoking these conversations.

We tried in making this movie to hold ourselves back from telling people what to feel and how to react.  We wanted to have happen what appears to be happening: we wanted people to identify on their own the problem and the need to do something about it.  Staying on the right side of the tightrope was not easy.  We seem to have been successful; people are getting the message without us preaching. 

The discussions after the screenings of our film are the second act of Resurrecting Love.  We made the movie in pursuit of this second act.



Help us get the word out:

One way to do that is to arrange a screening.  Bring Resurrecting Love to your community of friends, neighbors, co-workers and family.  We will send you one of the filmmakers (either personally or via Zoom) to discuss the film afterwards.  If you have viewed the video above you will know that there are emotions to share.

Also you can send a donation to advance our work.






The button above takes you to a site that enables you to make a tax deductible donation through our fiscal sponsor Fractured Atlas via credit or debit card.  Also it gives you instructions on how to send a check and get the same deduction.


In solidarity,










Us here with the Resurrecting Love team


Don't forget:

Ask questions, make comments, leave us your email address.   Ask for a screening.  We will answer you.







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