Youth Speak On Racism, Power & Privilege
December 8, 2008
coAction has recently released their new film, Shades of Youth, Youth Speak On Racism, Power & Privilege. Shades of Youth is 26 minutes in length and was filmed primarily at The White Privilege Conference Youth Institute where 100 high school students from across the United States to engage in issues of race, power, identity, oppression and social change.
The film comes with a guidebook and is formatted into seven chapters making it ideal for classroom use and community dialogue. This film and accompanying curriculum, offer multiple views and experiences around race and privilege, giving youth and adults entry points to discuss and better understand how institutional racism affects all our lives.
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