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The Office for Racial Justice and Advocacy has the following training videos/DVDs available for loan. For more information, please call 888-728-7228 ext. 5698 or

A Class Divided

30 Minute Blue Eyed

The Lunch Date

Race: The Power of an Illusion

Viva La Causa

The Way Home

For Video Purchase:
California Newsreel
500 Third Street, Ste. 505
San Francisco, CA 94107

PBS Education

The Diversity Training Group
692 Pine Street
Herndon, VA 20170

As a prominent feature in US life, culture and history, race is a common theme in film, as the subject or as the backdrop for the story.  It is one way to examine and reflect on our shared experience.  The following list reflects just some of the possible selections.

Amistad (1997)                                             The Joy Luck Club (1993)
Cheyenne Autumn (1964)                                Lone Star
Crash                                                          The Long Walk Home (1991) 
A Day Without a Mexican (2004)                       Malcolm X (1992)  
Get on the Bus (1996)                                    The Mission
The Color Purple (1985)                                   Rosewood (1997)
Cry the Beloved Country (1957, 1995)                Skins
Imitation of Life (1960's)                                  Zoot Suit (1987)

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