National Film Board Fails Equity Audit
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National Film Board Fails Equity Audit
“White lash” resists funding changes.
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To Inspire Revolution
Make the World New reviewed by Phinder Dulai.
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Spatial Lexicon
HUE exhibition reviewed by Ashley Marshall.
Taking Back Space
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Taking Back Space
Commodified Trauma and Supernatural Gentrification reviewed by S F Ho.
Public Art and Creating Community
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
Public Art and Creating Community
David Garneau’s Tawatinâ Bridge reviewed by David McGonigal-Videla.

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National Film Board Fails Equity AuditNovember 11, 2022
A recent report released by Racial Equity Screen Office (RESO) gave a failing "F" grade to Canada's National Film Board.
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Rungh Magazine: Vol. 6, No. 2
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The 1990s were a time of significant cultural production within Canada’s South Asian arts communities. Longing and Belonging is loosely structured around themes of diaspora, desire, and identity.
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