Come and get connected! The UBC Equity & Inclusion Office is hosting a movie night for BIPOC students. Join us for dinner and a screening of All Our Father’s Relations by Alejandro Yoshizawa followed by a Q&A discussion session with the filmmaker.
All Our Father’s Relations tells the story of the Grant family as they reconnect with their Chinese Canadian and Musqueam heritage through the interconnected histories of migrant and Indigenous marginalization in BC.
About the Filmmaker
Alejandro Yoshizawa is a filmmaker from Vancouver, British Columbia. He was the lead filmmaker and director for the Chinese Canadian Stories web series which was nominated for a Leo Award for Best Web Series in 2013. Alejandro is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia in the Department of Theatre and Film, as well as the Asian Canadian and Asian Migration Studies Program.
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At UBC, we sometimes use the acronym BIPoC in reference to those who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (PoC).
The term “person of color” (people of color, persons of color; POC) is used to encompass all identities of non-white or racialized people, with the intent of emphasizing common experiences of systemic inequities.