A Sense of Family directed by Paul Lang

A Sense of Family is a documentary which profiles families of Indian decent. The documentary looks at the struggles from historic Canada to present times to portray the hardships and identity changes the community goes through to gain acceptance. The individuals interviewed talk about their experience of racial discrimination even after establishing themselves as contributing and successful community members. The film directed in 1980 is still relevant to present day society because the issues addressed in the documentary, such as name calling and prejudice and discrimination in general, still exists. To access the documentary visit http://www3.nfb.ca/acrosscultures/toutvoir_vis.php?mediaid=665747&mc=76&full

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