Alaska Family Action, a nonprofit group that advocates for freedom of religion, pro-life and pro-marriage issues in Alaska, will offer a free screening of the documentary “One Generation Away.” Exploring the erosion of religious liberty in America, the film will show on Wednesday, Feb. 4, at The Crossing (22208 N. Birchwood Loop, Chugiak), beginning at 6 p.m. The film focuses on seven ongoing case studies of religious freedom across the country including Mt. Soledad in San Diego, wedding service providers in Oregon and Washington, Hobby Lobby, chaplaincy in the military, two education cases with a collegiate counseling program, and high school cheerleaders in Koontz, Texas. Alaska Family Action is working with national groups and other family policy councils across the country to introduce public policy that protects freedoms to live and work in a manner that is consistent with Judeo-Christian beliefs. This movie aims to highlight the story of why religious freedom is critical in modern America.