St. Stephen's Community House

Making Sense of One Documentary Premiere

Oct 22, 2014
 

Youth authors Chiloh Turner and Kalale Dalton

Executive Director Liane Regendanz, Producer Mo-D and Youth Services Coordinator, Karen Arthurton

On October 22, 2014, we were proud to launch the premiere of Making Sense of One at the Carlton Cinema.

Making Sense of One, created by MO-D Productions, explores what it means to be multi-racial by focusing on three mixed race youth living in Toronto. The film follows the successful companion book, It’s Not All Black and White, published in October 2012. It’s Not All Black and White was the first book of its kind published in Canada and is an intimate look into a topic rarely discussed – mixed race – presenting the experiences, realities and powerful stories by multiracial youth authors.

After the screening, several of the young authors were on hand to read excerpts of their work from the book.

You can see the full film here. The password is mso321.



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