10 Documentaries To Watch About Race Instead Of Asking A Person Of Colour To Explain Things For You

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If you, like many of us, are finding it hard to articulate how to discuss issues of racism, injustice, discrimination and privilege, we’d like to encourage you to take some time to learn and listen.

Take some time to watch some (or all) of these important documentaries about race, racial prejudices and privilege within our society.

First Australians

The untold story of Australia.

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I Am Not Your Negro

The most important civil rights documentary of our time.

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The Tall Man

When Cameron Doomadgee was found dead in his Palm Island Police station cell, his injuries were like those of someone who’d been in a fatal car crash. The police claimed he had tripped on a step. The Palm Islanders rioted and burnt down the police station.

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3 1/2 Minutes. Ten Bullets

A dissection of the shooting death of 17 year old Jordan Davis by Michael Dunn in Jacksonville, Florida on Black Friday, 2012.

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The House I Live In

America’s ‘war on drugs’ is actually not about drugs at all.

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We Are The Giant

Six extraordinary individuals who grapple with the dilemma at the heart of struggles for justice and freedom.

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Putaparri And The Rainmakers

A story of love, hope and the survival of Aboriginal law and culture against all odds

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Quest

An intimate chronicle of an American family in Philadelphia that spans eight years.

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Do Not Resist

A stunning look at the current state of policing in America with a glimpse into the future.

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Westwind: Djalu’s Legacy

Ancient knowledge. A way forward. A legacy shared.

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