This two-video set examines the nature of prejudice and its effect on individuals and on society. The programs describe how prejudices have led to the subjugation and degradation of people from ancient times to the present.
Each program includes a mix of historical perspective and contemporary footage, as well as commentary from young adults, community leaders, scholars, and people whose lives have been affected by prejudice.
2002. Can purchase separately for $79.00, or the set for $145.00.
- The Roots of Prejudice And Intolerance – This video examines the historical roots of prejudice, the different forms it takes, the psychology behind prejudicial thinking, and the difference between prejudice and intolerance. Viewers are introduced to the meaning of terms such as bigotry, stereotypes, bias, discrimination, and hate crimes. Approximately 25 minutes.
- Overcoming Prejudice And Promoting Tolerance – Moving personal stories of persecution and redemption highlight this program. Victims of intolerance describe the challenges of dealing with prejudices based on sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, appearance, physical disability, and other factors. The video presents cases of extreme intolerance as well as more subtle forms of prejudice, and challenges viewers to recognize their own prejudices. Experts offer advice on how to deal with prejudice in oneself and in others, and how people can work to reduce prejudice and promote tolerance. Approximately 25 minutes.
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