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We celebrate Black History Month with the 2002 film Antwone Fisher. Directed by Denzel Washington the film tells the true story of a young naval officer who, through the help of a determined psychiatrist, comes to terms with his painful past. For our short film spotlight, we discuss Speak It!: From the Heart of Black Nova Scotia by Sylvia Hamilton.

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