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Diversity Training & Multiculturalism
We know that organizations are enriched and made more effective by recruiting, welcoming, valuing and retaining people of diverse backgrounds. The videos in this collection will help facilitators of diversity training programs and discussions to challenge assumptions and stereotypes and build a more inclusive climate.
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BLACK IS...BLACK AIN'T
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License with DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 87 minutes, 1995
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Marlon Riggs's final film debates Black identity, white critiques, sexism, patriarchy, homophobia, colorism and cultural nationalism. MORE...
BLACKING UP: HIP-HOP'S REMIX OF RACE AND IDENTITY
DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 57 minutes, 2010,  
Explores tensions surrounding white participation in Hip-Hop. For some, it is an example of cultural progress. For others, it is just another case of cultural appropriation. MORE...
BLACKS AND JEWS
DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 85 minutes, 1997
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Scholars and critics probe the history and psychology of victimization shared between Blacks and Jews and their exploitation by the media. MORE...
COLOR ADJUSTMENT
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License with DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 88 minutes, 1991
Marlon Riggs' study of how network television absorbed deep-seated racial conflict into the non-threatening formats of primetime television. Clips from Amos 'n' Andy, Good Times, Roots and The Cosby Show among others are intercut with interviews with producers, cultural critics and actors. MORE...
ETHNIC NOTIONS
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License with DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 56 minutes, 1987
Scholars shed light on the origins and consequences of anti-Black stereotypes in popular culture from the Antebellum period to the Civil Rights era. MORE...
FACES OF THE ENEMY
DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 57 minutes, 1987,  closed captioned on DVD only
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How do individuals and nations dehumanize their enemies? Using documentary footage, interviews, political cartoons, and examples of propaganda, this powerful documentary examines the universal images used in mass persuasion and analyzes the psychological roots of enmity. MORE...
FEBRUARY ONE
DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 61 minutes, 2004
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In one remarkable day, four college freshmen changed the course of American history. February One tells the inspiring story surrounding the 1960 Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins that revitalized the Civil Rights Movement and set an example for student militancy of the coming decade. MORE...
FROSH
DVD, 98 minutes, 1993
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A cinema verite record of a year in a multicultural residece hall at Stanford University provies insight into the freshman year experience. MORE...
MANY STEPS
DVD and Upgrade to Site /Local Streaming License, 28 minutes, 2002
A lively exploration of the historical and cultural context of Stepping, an energetic communal dance form sweeping college campuses. Young teams of dancers creatively add hip-hop movements to a tradition dating back to the early 20th century. MORE...
NO! CONFRONTING SEXUAL ASSAULT IN OUR COMMUNITIES
DVD, 94 minutes, 2006,  
Facilitator Guide Available
NO! Confronting Sexual Assault in Our Communities is a new documentary film about the impact of sexual violence on Black women and girls. NO! artfully combines socio-historical inquiry with messages from violence prevention advocates and first person testimonial from survivors. This film is the one tool you need to help your students understand the complex dynamics of sexual assault. MORE...

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