Inuit Games: My Brand New Life (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Inuit Games is one of the videos in the National Film Board's 13-part series, My Brand New Life. In this series, each participant explores personal prejudices as he or she is challenged to explore another culture. Eric is a teen athlete from a middle class family in Montreal. He has the opportunity to travel to Kangiqsualujjuaq in northern Quebec and participate in the Inuit Games. Eric is introduced and he explains that his chosen sports are soccer and cycling. He and his friends try to say the Inuit village name Kangiqsualujjuaq.

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Tribe of One, A, (Home DVD Use Only)

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A Tribe of One is a remarkable documentary about a British Columbia woman who learned that she was a member of the New Westminster First Nation. Rhonda Larrabee grew up believing she was Chinese and French but learned as an adult that her mother was First Nation. A member of the Qayqayt, Marie Joseph Lee had been sent to Kamloops Residential School as a child. Her reserve was deemed too small and was closed in 1923. Band members had been devastated by smallpox and remaining members were relocated to other First Nations.

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For Angela (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE For Angela is a dramatic reenactment of racial event that occurred on a bus in Winnipeg. A young girl on her way to school is confronted by bullies as they taunt her because of her Native heritage. The traumatic event is overcome by a determined mother who takes matters in stride after her daughter cuts her long braids in an effort to conceal her heritage. The mother locates the bullies and forces them to take responsibility for their racist actions. One boy emotionally realized the impact of his actions.

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For Angela (Home DVD Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE For Angela is a dramatic reenactment of racial event that occurred on a bus in Winnipeg. A young girl on her way to school is confronted by bullies as they taunt her because of her Native heritage. The traumatic event is overcome by a determined mother who takes matters in stride after her daughter cuts her long braids in an effort to conceal her heritage. The mother locates the bullies and forces them to take responsibility for their racist actions. One boy emotionally realized the impact of his actions.

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Tribe of One, A (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from A Tribe of One is a remarkable documentary about a British Columbia who learned that she was a member of the New Westminster First Nation. Rhonda Larrabee grew up believing she was Chinese and French but learned as an adult that her mother was First Nation. A member of the Qayqayt, Marie Joseph Lee had been sent to Kamloops Residential School as a child. Her reserve was deemed too small and was closed in 1923. Band members had been devastated by smallpox and remaining members were relocated to other First Nations.

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