RACE To Be Human addresses the apprehension and confusion many of us feel when talking about race and racism.
Created for schools, communities and corporations, RACE To Be Human addresses the apprehension and confusion so many of us feel when it comes to talking about race and racism. The film examines micro-aggressions, allyship and the role of social media. It also shares how we can participate and build empathy through conversations at home, work and school.
The program includes the full film, 11 film chapters, 2 bonus chapters, discussion guides, strategies and tips to check ourselves and others while inspiring self reflection, so that as individuals we are more aware, and as communities we can move forward more equitably.
As with our other film programs, RACE To Be Human weaves together personal testimonials and insights from students and parents with perspectives and data from educators, mental health practitioners and diversity and inclusion experts. Appropriate for all ages starting at 10 years old.
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Scilla is a film industry veteran. She is an award-winning producer, director, author and Emmy-nominated costume designer. She co founded IndieFlix Group which streams content for a purpose and founded IndieFlix Foundation to support the creation of social impact programs and provide scholarships to underserved schools. She sits on the advisory board of Seattle Interactive Conference, Women in Film and Z-Cares foundation. She is a popular speaker and champion of students, their families and educators. Some of the projects she has helped to create or take out into the world include, Empowerment Project, Nevertheless, Screenagers, Angst, LIKE, The Upstanders, RACE To Be Human and now Money. Scilla's hope is to use film to build community and make the world a better place.
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