The color of fear 2 walking each other home / a film by Lee Mun Wah ; produced and directed by Lee Mun Wah ; co-producer, Monty Hunter ; Stir Fry Seminars & Consulting

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Course/Professor: IMC GENERAL RESERVE **
Subjects: Racism--United States--Psychological aspects
Race discrimination--United States--Prevention
Documentary films
Formats: Video Recording, DVD
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: General
Published: Oakland, CA : StirFry Seminars & Consulting, c2008
LC Classification: H, HT
Physical Description: 1 videodisc (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternate Titles: Color of fear two
Portion of title: Walking each other home
StirFry Seminars presents Walking each other home
Additional Authors: Author of screenplay : Lee, Mun Wah
Author of screenplay : Bock, Richard C
Author of screenplay : Goss, Robert, Jr
Producer : Hunter, Monty
StirFry Seminars & Consulting
Notes: DVD format
Originally released as a motion picture in 1997
Sequel to the film Color of fear
Cast: Roberto Almanzán, David Christensen, Gordon Clay, David Lee, Victor Lewis, Yutaka Matsumoto, Loren Moye, Hugh Vasquez, Lee Mun Wah
Credits: Director of cinematography, Rick Butler ; editors, Richard C. Bock, Robert Goss Jr. ; script collaboration, Robert Goss, Jr., Richard C. Bock, Lee Mun Wah ; camera, Monty Hunter ; music, Trance Mission ... [et al.]
Summary: This sequel to The Color of Fear is about the remaining 23 hours that occurred on that incredible three-day weekend in Ukiah, California. The Color of Fear was an intense emotional confrontation about racism, whereas Walking Each Other Home explores in greater depth the intimate relationship that the eight men had with each other. In this new sequel, the European American men have added opportunities to express how they felt when the men of color were angry, why they were afraid, and what they discovered about themselves and each other as men of European descent. The men continue to talk together about how racism affects them and how their time together has changed their initial anger and racial perspectives
Winner of the Cindy Silver medal for best social science film
OCLC Number: 243863107