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A film about races / director, Jonathan Marc Baker ; producers, Jonathan Marc Baker, Paul Duddridge ; Marmont Films ; Seagull Designed Films.

DVD DVD ([2010])
Description: 1 videodisc (56 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Publisher: New York : Films Media Group : Films for the Humanities & Science, [2010]
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  • ISBN: 162102010X
  • ISBN: 9781621020103
General Note: Includes public performance rights.
Closed-captioned in English.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2010.
Also available as streaming video on Films on demand.
Contents: Credits and Introduction: A Film about Races: A Fresh Look at Diversity (21:32) -- Mini-Olympics (03:05) -- A Test to Determine Race? (01:21) -- Meet the Players (02:50) -- How Did Races Evolve? (01:35) -- Has the Definition of the Human Race Changed? (03:00) -- Gearing up for Who is Who (01:59) -- An Explanation of Anti-Semitic (02:21) -- Let the Games Begin (03:07) -- Biology and Races (02:22) -- Game Highlights (05:18) -- Does Race Affect IQ? (01:35) -- Determined to Win (01:03) -- Which Race are You? (01:47) -- No Answer to the Superior Race (02:24) -- Credits: A Film about Races: A Fresh Look at Diversity (00:32).
Creation/Production Credits: Editor, Can Evranol ; cinematographer, Rollo Holling.
Participant or Performer: Presenter, Paul Duddridge ; commentary John Baugh, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Jon Entine.
Summary: Follows host Paul Duddridge as he pushes aside society's taboos to find out what race really is. Duddridge organizes a mini-Olympics based on racial identity to demonstrate the fluidity of the concept, he notes that Jews and Arabs will be on the same team, and the participants poke fun at their own tendency to stereotype. With significant input from sociologists, anthropologists, and authors including John Baugh (Beyond Ebonics), Kwame Anthony Appiah (The Ethics of Identity) and Jon Entine (Abraham's Children: Race, Identity and the DNA of the Chosen People), the video examines some common misconceptions about race.
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Includes public performance rights.
Closed-captioned in English.
Authors: Baker, Jonathan Marc. (Director, Producer). Duddridge, Paul. (Producer, Host). Baugh, John, 1949- (Interviewee). Appiah, Anthony. (Interviewee). Entine, Jon. (Interviewee). Marmot Films. (Added Author). Seagull Designed Films. (Added Author). Films Media Group : (Added Author). Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm) (Added Author).
Alternate Title: Subtitle on container: Fresh look at diversity
Citation: Baker, Jonathan Marc. "A film about races." New York : Films Media Group : 2010.
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