Prejudice: equality what price

Australia, 1988

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A provocative docu-drama portraying two cases of female discrimination experienced by separate women from unrelated backgrounds. Jessica, a newspaper photographer is subjected to a campaign of sexual harassment and Letitia is denied a promotion and subjected to humiliating racist comments from her colleagues. The stories are linked by the Anti-Discrimination Board, established to investigate and conciliate complaints of prejudice and discrimination. Combines the use of actors and “actual” professional people including Officers of the ADB, union representatives and members of the legal profession play themselves.

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