Still Waiting for Justice

Still Waiting for Justice

| 15 min

This short documentary is about an Aboriginal corrections officer who says he is the victim of workplace racial harassment. He has spent the last 18 years fighting a government institution for justice. Made as part of the Work For All project 2006, an NFB and HRSDC-Labour initiative to combat racism in the workplace.

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Still Waiting for Justice , Nadine Valcin, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • participation
    Michael McKinnon
    Vicki Shaw McKinnon
    Kate Hughes
    Selwyn Pieters
  • écriture
    Nadine Valcin
  • réalisateur
    Nadine Valcin
  • directeur de la photographie
    Ali Reggab
  • preneur de son
    Chris Miller
  • mix
    Chris Miller
  • None
    Katharine Asals
    Karen Cho
  • montage son
    Katharine Asals
  • titres
    Gaspard Gaudreau
  • montage en ligne
    Françoise Laprise
  • traduction
    Jérôme Blanchet
    Kathleen Fleming
  • sous-titres
    Jérôme Blanchet
    Kathleen Fleming
  • agent, marketing
    Jenny Thibault
  • coordonnateur technique
    Jean-François Laprise
  • administration
    Hélène Regimbal
    Denise DesLauriers
  • équipe administrative
    Mirabelle Bélanger
    Miya Kondo
    Lise Lévesque
  • producteur au développement
    Christian Medawar
  • producteur
    Patricia Bergeron
  • producteur exécutif
    Yves Bisaillon

  • tsea512

    not worth dealing with intellectually handicaped people,, not worth the flak. I work as a policeman in the french mileu and it is hell! I need to get my pension and raise my children.

    tsea512, 17 Jan 2012
  • Stephen--Roy

    I think that at the time the best thing to do with racism is to ignore it. Racists will often "feed" off your complaints against their harassment. The government should be taking more action towards racism, but in the present day it is a part of society we have to deal with on our own.

    Stephen--Roy, 31 Mar 2011
  • Jessika

    There's no need to hide your race in order for other people to "accept" you. Those that treat you differently because of your race are just ignorant and close minded, they are not worth your time. No one deserves to be the victime of racial harassment in the workplace, it should simply not be happening anymore.

    Jessika, 22 Fév 2011
  • Gabe

    Personally, I think the best way to defeat racism is to ignore it. Don't pay any attention to it at all, it's just ignorant people making ignorant jokes. To allow it to bother you is to give them ground and to give them what they want. Yes, the government should listen to this man's request, but I still think he shouldn't have allowed it to bother him in the first place.

    Gabe, 22 Fév 2011
  • JasonST

    I don't understand how people can be so racist. Just because we have a different skin color doesn't mean that we are lesser than anyone else. This man stood up for the right reason and I hope others will do the same.

    JasonST, 22 Fév 2011
  • Brandon

    People should not have to hide their race because there is a chance of people making comments about someone's race. Also it is very bad because that cannot even go out without having people saying things about him.

    Brandon, 22 Fév 2011
  • CousinRachel

    People like Michael are the true Canadian heroes. To take a stand and stick to it in the name of justice takes true and deep courage. As for a government that runs and refuses to address this - for shame.

    CousinRachel, 19 Mar 2010