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Channel 4's INSET notes on Teaching Controversial Issues.
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The Publications and Exhibition Materials section includes Stand up for Us, a resource that aims to support schools in taking a whole-school approach to challenging homophobia. A self-review toolkit is available to download.
Coretta Scott King, widow of Martin Luther King, compares the gay and black civil rights movements.
Information about the work of J-FLAG – Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-sexuals and Gays – featured in the programme.
BBC news report on the agreement reached between the reggae industry and gay rights groups in the UK.
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Clip 1: 08:00 – 09:20
- Opens with Stephen Amos saying, 'The whole place was just engulfed with the sound of silence.'
- Closes with Stephen Amos saying, 'Thanks a lot – goodnight!'
Clip two: 12:50 – 13:42
- Opens with Stephen Amos saying, 'Before hitting the shops, I'd done my research and had printed out a list of homophobic lyrics…'
- Closes with Stephen Amos saying, 'They're regurgitating what they've been told – by their idols.'
Meeting Ian McKnight
Clip three: 19:47 – 20:49
- Opens with Stephen Amos saying, 'One of the reasons I was very passionate about making this programme…'
- Closes with Ian McKnight saying, 'And, to be assured that you will get off.'
Seventh Day Adventists
Clip 4: 29:52 – 30:54
- Opens with Pastor Ryan Simpson saying, 'Can I say, certainly I believe, and I can say this clearly, that my church teach there are certain conditions…'
- Closes with Stephen Amos saying, 'The idea that my sexuality, and that of other gays, could be changed or reprogrammed, really annoyed me.'
Clip five: 44:35 – 45:52
- Opens with Stephen Amos saying, 'But what if that leads to your murder?'
- Closes with Stephen Amos saying, 'We owe our kids better than this, I think.'