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After watching a movie with your children or students, we encourage parents and teachers to look for education opportunities to teach with movies. Here are a few discussion topics that can help with lesson plans or teaching in the home.
How does this film depict the idea that racial prejudice is not just an issue for white people? How does skin color affect family members in this story? How does the plight of the Australian Aborigine compare with that of African and Native Americans? What groups experience racial bias in other countries?
Why do you think government officials chose to place light-skinned children in white homes? What did they hope to accomplish? How does this compare with similar programs in other countries? What impact does this policy have on the children who are taken from their homes? What do the elderly family members understand about the importance of family traditions and rituals?
How do the actors and actresses in this movie differ from many of the other celebrities we see? Do their more average or realistic looks add to the believability of their characters?
Find out where are The Sapphires now. How have they used their lives to further the cause of the Australian Aborigines?
This movie is based on stage play that is based on a true story.