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worldwide fallout from the alleged "failure" of multiculturalism
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Unite Against Racism: see people for who they really are (Canadian Campaign)

Unite Against Racism: see people for who they really are (Canadian Campaign) | anti-racism framework | Scoop.it
In November 1999, the Canadian Race Relations Foundation with its partners and sponsors, launched "See People for who they really are: Unite Against Racism." the largest anti-racism campaign of its kind in Canadian History. As part of its efforts to engage Canadians in a national dialogue about racism, the campaign featured the works of producer and directors from accross the country (Nova Scotia, Québec, Ontario, the First Nations, and British Columbia) interpreting a different aspect of racism as it affects Aboriginal Peoples and racialized minorities in Canada. In 2009, the Canadian Race Relations Foundation partnered with Rogers OMNI Television to produce the public service announcements (PSAs)i n eight additional languages.





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Tim Wise in Canada

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Tim Wise, the internationally renowned Anti-Racist author from the USA, brings his message to Saskatoon.
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AFRO-EUROPE: Show civil courage - Austrian and American Anti-Racism Videos

AFRO-EUROPE: Show civil courage - Austrian and American Anti-Racism Videos | anti-racism framework | Scoop.it
The video is from the Austrian Anti-Racism organisation ZARA, found on the FB page of the Black German Cultural Society. ZARA wants to enhance civil courage and promote an Austrian society free of racism.

The first few clips are good, but unfortunately, the last clip in the elevator creates a negative image of the African-American guy. Representations of angry and violent recipients of racism does little to challenge racist attitudes, especially those founded on fear. (Comment by CSullivan)
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