Have You Heard From Johannesburg Resources
Discussion Guide (pdf): The Have You Heard From Johannesburg Discussion Guide is designed to help viewers use the seven-part series as a springboard for dialogue on a range of themes and issues related to the global anti-apartheid movement: human rights, social justice, race relations, civic engagement, global citizenship and economic justice. It suggests overarching discussion questions about the entire series, and also allows viewers to delve deeper into each of the seven episodes and explore key themes.
Event Planning Toolkit (pdf): The Have You Heard From Johannesburg Event Planning Toolkit is designed to support screenings of episodes or the entire seven-part series. These can range from small community-based events to large public screenings. Whether you‘re an experienced event planner or hosting a film-based event for the first time, this Toolkit will encourage you to think about what audiences you‘d like to bring in and how to reach them, how to frame the film(s) in the context of ongoing human rights struggles and how your event can help shine a light on the important work you do every day.
Event Planning Checklist (pdf): This Event Planning Checklist consolidates many of the suggestions offered in the Event Planning Toolkit into an easy-to-use timeline that helps you stay on top of the various logistical details that go into planning a screening event. Print this out and keep it on your desk to consult periodically and ensure you are on track with planning your event.
Timeline: Coming soon.
Have You Heard from Johannesburg: A Four-Week Multimedia Bible Study: Auburn Media at Auburn Theological Seminary put together this faith curriculum to help churches, seminaries and other faith groups across the country focus in on the themes that run through the series of Christian leadership, service and justice connected to their spiritual lives. In particular, the curriculum focuses in on the following episodes: The Bottom Line, Hell of a Job, From Selma to Soweto and Fair Play.
From Selma to Soweto Curriculum (pdf): Created by Facing History and Ourselves, in partnership with the Have You Heard Global Engagement Project.
Interview with Donna Katzin (pdf): Have You Heard Campaign Coordinator Sahar Driver sat down with Donna Katzin, who is featured prominently in The Bottom Line, to learn more about what it was like to be so active in the anti-apartheid movement.
Glossary of Terms (pdf): Created by South African History Archive, in partnership with the Have You Heard Global Engagement Project.
What You Can Do: Related Organizations and Causes Today (pdf): If you are interested in learning more about the various issues and themes raised by the series, or if you would like to get more involved in efforts to support survivors of South African Apartheid and other related causes, consider taking a look at the work of the groups and organizations in this document.
Web-based Resources (pdf): A list of web-based resources related to the history of apartheid, the resistance to it and other related projects.
Relevant Books (pdf): A list of relevant books about South African history and apartheid, the global anti-apartheid movement, sports and sanctions and other economic tactics.