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Published on Aug 14, 2015
Produced by the United Nations, this animated film by Emmy Award-winner Ken Kimmelman shows through humor the ridiculousness of prejudice. With sound effects & jazz bass by Major Holley, and with Jimmy Slyde's tap dance rhythms, “Brushstrokes” is based on the Aesthetic Realism understanding of racism where it begins: the contempt for difference which needs to be understood for prejudice to end.
“Brushstrokes,” which won the Coe Award for Best Children’s Film, ASIFA-EAST, is one of the films shown at the important talks, “The Heart Knows Better: Changing Prejudice to Kindness,” given by Mr. Kimmelman for children and adults at museums, libraries, schools, and colleges: http://aestheticrealism.org/outreach/...