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Part of the Series: The Nisga'a Nation Series
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Mixing dramatic vignettes with interviews, this program examines emotional abuse directed at women by their male partners. It's not about arguing or disagreeing; it is about chronic criticism, verbal degradation, intimidation and isolation imposed on women to keep them in a socially and emotionally unsupported position. The aim, and the…
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This program dramatically teaches responsible Anger, Boundaries and Safety. Based on a three-day workshop facilitated by acclaimed speaker Dr. Joann Peterson, M.S.W., A.C.S.W., Dip.C., Ph.D., this video follows twelve participants as they discover the physiological roots of anger, how to separate anger from violence, communicate boundaries, and create safety in…
What's Age Got to Do With It?
This riveting program looks at the devastating effects of abuse upon older women within intimate or spousal relationships as well as abuse by adult children. Covers a diversity of seniors, representing many different social values, upbringings and experience. In common however, many women over fifty retain strong beliefs about privacy…
Amigo Undead
Kevin, a straight laced financial adviser, is invited to his loser older brother Norm's 40th birthday party. The 'party' turns out to be a small gathering of Norm's eccentric friends at a campsite. When one of the friends chokes on a hot dog the group decides to bury him. Unbeknownst…
Nisga'a: Beyond Survival
Part of the Series: The Nisga'a Nation Series
Over hundreds of years of Nisga'a history, the little candle fish or smelt, properly called the Oolichan, became known as the Saviour fish. Before freezers and supermarkets, the Nisga'a developed many ways to preserve their great salmon catches through smoking and air drying. The oil rendered from boiling up some…
Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias - Early Stage
Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily . Alzheimer's is a disease which attacks the brain and is the most common form of dementia. These 'Speaking from Experience' video clips offer first-hand accounts from people who have been diagnosed with…
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A follow-up study to Lily: A Longitudinal View of Life with Down Syndrome, this poignant program is a loving portrait of Lily at age 49. It captures Lily's sweetness, good humor, and comfort in the life her family and professionals have supported. She is seen in her own apartment, at…