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Anti-Racism Resources: Movies & Documentaries

This is a guide for anti-racism resources.

Newer Movies & Documentaries (2018-2020)

Miss Virginia (Streaming on Kanopy)

*Kanopy is a free database with your EBRPL library card. This film is also available on Netflix with a paid subscription.

Miss Juneteeth (Streaming on Kanopy)

*Kanopy is a free movie database with your EBRPL Library Card.

America Divided (Streaming on Kanopy)

*Kanopy is a free movie database with your EBRPL library card. 

Note: Media & Anti-Racism

It's important to note that not all of these movies explicitly address racism and anti-racism. Some of these stories of survival and racism on the micro level. They might not give you solutions to the issue at hand, but can offer some insight on historical and/or social aspects of being a minority in America. Understanding of a different perspective can be a source of positive change. 

Movies (2018 and older)

If you click on the movie cover/poster, you'll be able to view the item in the library's catalog and place a hold on it. If you would like quicker access, please call the reference desk at any of the EBRP Libraries. For Locations and Hours, click here.

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The Great Debaters

Moonlight

Loving

With your paid subscription to Netflix, you have access to the Black Lives Matter Collection which is comprised of various TV shows and movies that depict some aspects of the Black and POC (person of color) experience.