Message Of Solidarity 2020

A Message of Solidarity 2020

What we?re doing:

We began our journey of self-education with Anti-Oppression training in 2019. This training is now a permanent part of the budget so future board members can continue this work and equity can be part of the fabric of our organization. The work does not end here. We will continue to listen and discuss, and find further ways we can help. This is a movement, not a moment. If you have thoughts on how the CCE can better support BIPOC creators, please contact us at:



Canada Nationwide Resources:

Resources by Region:

Film & Series Selections (streaming)

Education through Media:

Hair Love, Oscar Winning Short Film, available for free

CBC GEM: The Skin We’re In

Madiba Nancy’s Workshop

Netflix Documentaries:

The 13th

The Black Godfather

The death and life of Marsha P Johnson

LA 92

Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992

The Force

Strong Island Teach us all Time: The Kalief Browder Story

What Happened, Miss Simone?

The Central Park Five


The NFB released a selection of films talking about the human rights, on discrimination, and on Black Lives Matter. 


On the Criterion Channel, they?’re highlighting films that focus on Black Lives, and have taken down the paywall, so you can watch them for free. 

Site internet

Pioneers of African Cinema

Cheryl Dunye


12 Years a slave

American Son

Malcom X



See you yesterday


When They See us

Dear White People

Explained: The Racial Wealth Gap

The Hate U Give

A francophone selection:

Briser Le Code


TV5 Unis Bois d’ebene


Cineplex are releasing movies that are free to watch on their platform:


I?m not your negro


The Hate U Give

Hidden Figures

If Beale Street Could Talk

are all available on many online platforms. 


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