Film Kits

Bring social justice topics to life with our classroom friendly films and user guides. Teaching Tolerance film kits are FREE for use in K12 schools, schools of education, public libraries, houses of worship and youth-serving nonprofit organizations. Click on each of the films below to order or stream online, based on availability.

An Outrage

An Outrage film cover
This film takes viewers to the very communities where heinous acts of violence took place, offering a painful look back at lives lost to lynching and a critical look forward. (Available for streaming only)

Viva La Causa

Viva La Causa
Viva La Causa focuses on one of the seminal events in the march for human rights - the grape strike and boycott led by César Chávez and Dolores Huerta. (Available for order)

Starting Small

Starting Small
Designed for in-service programs, this training tool for early grades educators profiles classrooms in which peace, equity and justice are guiding themes. (Available for order)

Selma | The Bridge to the Ballot

Selma the Bridge to the Ballot
The film tells the story of a courageous group of students and teachers who, along with other activists, fought a nonviolent battle to win voting rights for African Americans in the South. (Available for order)

One Survivor Remembers

One Survivor Remembers
This Oscar-winning documentary presents Gerda Weissmann Klein’s account of surviving the Holocaust as a child. (Available for streaming only)

Mighty Times | The Children's March

The Children's March
This special teachers' edition of the Oscar-winning documentary film tells the heroic story of the young people in Birmingham, Alabama, who brought segregation to its knees. (Available for order)