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The Education Of Shelby Knox (2005)
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Call Number DVD/DOCUMENTARY/EDUCATION


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Published: New York : Cine Qua Non : InCite Pictures, [2005]
Edition:  Limited run ed
Description:  1 videodisc (76 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Language:  English


"P.O.V. season 18"--Accompanying guide cover

Documentary which presents the political activism of high school student Shelby Knox. The film begins in 2001 when Shelby Knox, a 15-year-old high school sophomore, joins the Lubbock Youth Commission, a group of high school students empowered by the mayor to give Lubbock's youth a voice in city government. Knowing that Lubbock, Tex. had one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease in the nation, the Youth Commission questioned Lubbock's abstinence-only sex education policy. Shelby, a politically conservative Southern Baptist who had pledged abstinence until marriage, became the group's most vocal proponent of comprehensive sex education. The documentary explores other issues beyond the debate over abstinence-only versus comprehensive sex education. It portrays Shelby's family's struggle with teen independence; Shelby's struggle with her Christian faith; Shelby's widening activism into other issues, such as the creation of a Gay/Straight Alliance at her high school; issues of tolerance; and the power of political activism

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Additional Credits:
Lipschutz, Marion
Rosenblatt, Rose
Knox, Shelby
Independent Television Service
P.O.V. (Firm)
American Documentary, Inc
InCite Pictures (Firm)
Cine Qua Non (Firm)

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