We Have Such Things at Home
1997, 52:30 minutes, colour, English
We Have Such Things at Home investigates the parallels and the differences between the plight of native peoples in Canada and conditions faced by black South Africans. Following the collapse of apartheid in South Africa and with Canadian native peoples still seeking self-determination, this ground-breaking documentary reveals the often disturbing links between these countries over "native" policy.
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