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Write Billops and Hatch: "Even as late as a hundred years ago, discrimination on the basis of race was considered a natural and even desirable trait for humans to possess. We Americans have tried to ignore it, deny it, suppress it, to contain it, tolerate it, legislate it, mock it, exploit it." Billops and Hatch are catalysts at the center of the film, and like a modern Virgil and Dante, they drive, cajole and lead the film's cast through a tour of the contemporary landscape of racism.
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Awards

• Best Docu-Drama, Prized Pieces International Film and Video Competition, 1994
Screenings
• Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema, 1995
• Flaherty Seminar, 1996
• TCB Film Festival, Walker Arts Institute, Minneapolis
• Black American Film Festival, The College of Santa Fe, 1995
• Cinemateque, San Francisco, 1995
• The Atlanta African Film Society, 1995
• Reel Black, University of North Carolina at Raleigh, 1996
• Women in the Directors Chair, 1996
• Family Pictures, Sheps of Memory, Dartmouth College, 1996
• Modern Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale
• Independent Feature Market, New York
• UCLA Black Studies, Los Angeles
• Ivar Theater, Hollywood
• American Studies Conference, Pittsburgh
• Black Diaspora Film Festival, Durham
• Women in the Director's Chair International Film & Video Festival, Chicago, 1995
• Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, 2010
• Theatrical Release, The Public Theater, New York, 1995
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