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Watch 60 films, 170 excerpts and over 80 archival artefacts selected by NFB specialists as part of this unique project.
Speakers for the Dead
Black people knew they had to stay off the streets in the evening in some Ontario towns. Historian Elise Harding Davis explains that this nineteenth and twentieth century requirement was known as the "sundown law." Helen Miller, a descendant of Priceville, Ontario residents, observes that racism was prevalent in Canada, but was more "undercover," as compared with the United States.