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Mary Hess

That's a wonderful film to use! I also use "The Color of Fear", "A Time for Burning" and "Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible" -- all of which are documentaries.



Thank you for all your film suggestions. I hope many can use mine and your suggestions!


Revocatus Meza

Thank you for sharing this insightful article. I remember watching this film in one of your classes:Theology from the Underside--was catchy and touchy.I also recall seeing some of my class members stretching their hands into their hand-bags or pockets to get out handkerchiefs to dry their wet eyes:I mean tears!


Thanks Meza! It was always wonderful to have you in my classes. Wishing you the best as you study in Germany.

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