I think this is a great idea to discuss. I'm not really sure it totally belongs in activism as probably a lot of us plan on doing our 'activism' through sharing knowledge. And I don't think that's necessarily activism???
For me, my children are so young it seems like such a long time before I will be really discussing things with them.
However, I do want to talk about this to anyone I have a chance to. I might take a less popular 'activist' approach by not focusing directly on circumcision as an issue.
I currently tend to focus on presenting parenting as a 'whole package' product (especially: parenting, birth (gentle birth), breastfeeding, discipline). That way I can talk about parenting in a way that covers more than just one of my issues... And I do truly think that birth is such a spectacular point in time that focusing on birth can be a catalyst. Indeed, supporting women for positive births will allow more of them to fulfill their roles as mothers and protectors and lead them to intactness naturally.
Talking about parenting or birth in ways that includes discussing education, gentile choices, what our culture teaches us, the role of media, etc.... makes it fairly easy to bring in birth practices such as circumcision (or discuss breastfeeding, vaxes, etc. etc).
There are a few good birth videos out there that lead easily to discussion on the practices that are seen because of our culture... I really like this one for the high school to college age- although it primarily would focus on birth (you'd have to then lead up to, so if we do this to mothers, do you think it ends there....)
Trailer for "Laboring Under An Illusion: Mass Media Childbirth vs. The Real Thingwww.birth-media.comhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9Gd7...layer_embedded
Our Birth Year Network hosted a screening, so I have seen the whole movie, although I guess there was some editing to still be done. It is very current- mentioning Brittany Spears and her sister, for example. (In fact my only criticism was that it was so focused on the 'current' celebrity trends that it could easily seem outdated... although it used many media from when I was in elementary school (Murphy Brown) to current stuff). I also think the way it was presented would be well received.
Then there are a few birth movies that deal specifically with circumcision, such as Gentle Birth Choices and Birth As We Know It.
Just some quick thoughts from me(-: Looking forward to hearing what others will say