Posts Tagged ‘racial discrimination’

Crossroads, by Don Haldane

What’s Black and White and Shocking All Over?

Films

Either you’re cutting edge or you’re not. A full 10 years (ten years!) before Hollywood deigned to tackle the hot-button issue of interracial marriage with Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, casting the ever-suave Sydney Poitier as potential son-in-law to Katharine Hepburn, the National Film Board of Canada produced Crossroads, a half-hour long fiction film about more »

Doctors Without Residency: Why can’t foreign-trained doctors find work in Canada?

Films

This post was written by Aisling Chin-Yee and it also appears on the Work For All website. Doctors Without Residency by Tetchena Bellange, National Film Board of Canada Doctors Without Residency is a short documentary exploring the issue of foreign trained doctors being unable to obtain a residency in Canada. All the while, one hundred more »