After migrating from Uganda, filmmaker Moses Latigo Odida attended a top Canadian university where a professor taught that Black people like him were biologically less intelligent than other people. Today, Moses must confront such racial stereotypes as he raises his daughter, who was born with Down Syndrome. Interviews with two academic experts involved in the education and medical systems illustrate how education can be used as a tool for either dehumanizing or empowering Canada’s minority under-served communities like Black caregivers.

Produced by Kigaana Productions