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A LESSON OF DISCRIMINATION 10 YEARS LATERTHE IMPACT OF A HARD-HITTING DOCUMENTARY Since it first aired on Radio-Canada's Enjeux in September 2006, the eye-opening documentary A Lesson in Discrimination has been seen around the world. To this day, it remains a standard in the field of education and is used to raise awareness of how discrimination plays out in various settings, particularly the Canadian Armed Forces. But what impact did it have on the young participants and their teacher? Ten years later, we catch up with them in a special episode of Enquête that reveals just how much the experiment and documentary touched a universal nerve.   DISTRIBUTION   TYPE: Documentaries DURATION: 1 X 60 min YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 2016 LANGUAGE: French language DIRECTOR: Pasquale Turbide BROADCASTER: RADIO-CANADA Télé AVAILABLE RIGHTS: TV, EST, VSD AVAILABLE TERRITORIES: World, except Canada AVAILABLE VERSION: French, English version subtitled BROADCASTING / MARKET SHARE: Broadcasting primetime, 15% of market share AWARD: Japan Prize winner in 2007 for the first part

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