You Might Think You're Superior... But I Think I'm Equal! : partie 1
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Through collective discussions and dramatic re-enactments, students of various racial groups : Native Indians, Blacks, Asians and Whites, speak out about the racism they endure on a daily basis. Focusing primarily on the educational system, this video suggests that schools, rather than helping overcome racism, actually reinforce it. As part of a project organized to combat the problem, students, teachers and community workers contributed their experiences and their talents as one way to do something. The project was coordinated by the Third Avenue Resource Centre, Montréal, in collaboration with Vidéographe.

1981
Canada
38:00
Original language
English

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Credits

Direction
Garry Beitel
Joann Geschlecht
Production
Educational Resource Cooperative
Vidéographe
Camera
Marc Gadoury
Lucien Rainone
Editing
Marc Gadoury
Lucien Rainone
Sound
Jean Corriveau
Richard Jutras
Sound Editing
Jean Corriveau

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Keywords
Testimony, Discussion, Sensitization, Stereotype, Representation, Racism