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Using Movies to Facilitate Discussions about Racism and Social Justice: Five Considerations

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Using Movies to Facilitate Discussions about Racism and Social Justice: Five Considerations

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This is a time of heightened and collective awakening. In response to the George Floyd murder, numerous other atrocities, and public outcries for change, universities have been called upon to respond. Specifically, instructors are encouraged to enhance attention to diversity in their courses and facilitate discussions about racism and social justice. Students are seeking opportunities to engage in these conversations, and many are disappointed when space is not created for these discussions.

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