Preacher's Sons is a 2008 American documentary film, by C. Roebuck Reed and Mark Nealey. It follows the lives of a Unitarian Universalist minister, his husband, and the five sons they adopted from the California foster care system. The family is seen dealing with issues related to the fathers' homosexuality and the mixed-race (African American and Latino children with Caucasian parents) composition of the family, as well as the disturbed backgrounds of the children before their adoptions. The introductory segment has been aired on the public television program, In the Life. The California Council for the Humanities supported the film.
- Interracial adoption
- LGBT adoption
- Mommy Mommy - a documentary about a lesbian adoptive couple
- The Kid: What Happened After My Boyfriend and I Decided to Go Get Pregnant
- *Deakin, Michelle Bates (2009-12-28). "UU dads adopt five at-risk children". UU World Magazine. Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. Retrieved 23 January 2010.
- MOMBIAN Preacher's Sons: A 'love bomb' for Middle America
- In the Life Presents: Preacher's Sons
- California Council for the Humanities Awards $238,000 to Four Film Projects That Reveal Little-Known Aspects of California Life
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