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Media and Websites
- Gantz, J., & Gantz, H. (Producers), & Gantz, J. (Director). (2013). American Winter [Documentary]. United States: HBO.
- Joseph, P. (2011). Zeitgeist: Moving forward [Documentary]. Available from
- Multicultural and Social Justice Competence Principles for Group Workers
- Rocero, G. (2014, March). Why I must come out [Video file]