NFB anti-racism films

A curated subset of National Film Board documentaries, this series of films focuses on anti-racism. They tell visual stories that shed light on the consequences of racism against different marginalized people in Canada. In an intermediate or secondary-level classroom, the films may be shown to introduce a unit that invites students to explore social justice themes around racism, discrimination, or controversial events in Canadian history. The films may provoke conversations, reflections on personal connections and bias, and critical thinking opportunities in the classroom.
racism
discrimination
Canadian history
Subject
Applied Design, Skills & Technology