Films about racism for teaching purposes

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    No matter how uncomfortable and painful the conversation about racism can be, the classroom is the place to call for change. To get the conversation started with your students, we recommend the following three films from the DocSchool Online collection. Want to show your students more material on this theme? Then take a look at our extensive list of films about racism and discrimination that are suitable for teaching. To learn more about what IDFA can do for both teachers and students in The Netherlands, click here.

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    • Rich Williamson
    • 2016

    A young Canadian man entangles himself in one of the most high-profile police shootings in the U.S., when he posts his own 3-D analysis of the event on the Internet.

    Too Black to Be French?

    • Isabelle Boni-Claverie
    • 2015

    Filmmaker Isabelle Boni-Claverie examines racism in France on the basis of her life story and the history of colonialism.

    You Laugh But it's True

    • David Paul Meyer
    • 2011

    A young stand-up comedian uses his childhood experiences in a biracial family in South Africa to prepare for his first one-man show