1990, 30:00 minutes, colour, English
A group of high school students from many different races and cultures leave the city to spend a week together at camp. Using their own experiences and knowledge of racism, they examine the nature of prejudice, discrimination, stereotyping and racial name calling, look at the roots of racism in history, and begin to develop strategies for challenging racism in their personal and institutional environments. The students are articulate, energetic and honest, and the video is fast moving and entertaining. It provides a stimulating basis for discussion of the same issues dealt with by the students at the camp.
For audiences of all ages, ethnicities and races. High school students, educators, parent groups, community groups, leadership training, facilitators, business, labour.
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