Filmmaker Deeyah Khan, a Norwegian-Brit of Pakistani descent, first came to the attention of TVO audiences with her 2012 award-winning film Banaz A Love Story. The internationally-renowned musician, activist and documentarian is back with 'White Right: Meeting the Enemy,' an eye-opening film which puts her at the centre of a growing hate and white nationalism movement in the U.S.. The Emmy-nominated film airs immediately after this program on TVO, but first, a look the making of 'White Right.'
Episode:
America in Crisis?; The Rise of Hate
Aired:
Sep 12, 2018
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