what people are saying about the film:
"...Crushing ethnic and religious stereotypes, At the Second Traffic Light shows how people form community in times of trouble. At the Second Traffic Light is an excellent resource for churches, whether to jumpstart the discussion of inclusivity and interfaith dialogue or to continue a church?s efforts in peacebuilding."
Rev. Lia Scholl, MDiv.
Star Light Ministries, Inc.
"...I found the film to be loaded with rich possibilities for diversity related discussions, and the fact that it?s short (20 minutes) and reasonably priced contribute to making it a good resource for us."
Pamela Paul, Ph.D., Vice President & Director
Professional Development and Diversity
The Academy for Educational Development
"I recently was privileged to view the film At the Second Traffic Light, at a leadership conference at my hospital. I was VERY moved by the film and I feel every man, woman and child should view this film."
Jean Barchet, RN
Henrico Doctor's Hospital
"It is a great video!! I immediately watched it twice. What a great video to raise awareness/feelings that you have. Really helps to visually "see" thoughts/feelings and stereotypes that you didn't even think you had.Great film!"
Director, Organizational Development
CJW Medical Center
"A brilliant film. Divergent groups coalesce around the accident?Each brings their own cultural referent, fears, prejudices, anxieties, apprehension and even musical preference to the scene of the accident?As a clinical/industrial psychologist working with fortune 500 companies to achieve cultural competence for the global market place, I recommend the use of this film (At The Second Traffic Light). It is excellent as a case study of workplace attitudes that effect productivity."
Edwin J Nichols, Ph.D
" ...the filmmaker was able to show the complexities and absurdities of the stereotypes that consume most of our social interactions. In the process, she (the filmmaker) challenges us to examine our own values and priorities. She also shares with us her belief that understanding our common destiny in this universe will eventually override our selfishness, ignorance, and bigoted ideas. "
Mesfin Mulatu, Ph.D, MPH,