“Expressions of Pluralism: Self-Identifying Communities” is a mini-film that compiles scenes of 12 interviews with dynamic youth that speak about their identities, how they express them, and share their perspectives on pluralism.
Aya Salah speaks about how she identifies with being Palestinian, Muslim and Canadian. She also discusses the differences between those identities and whether there is ever a clash between them.
A funny trailer done for the event “Expressions of Pluralism: Self-Identifying Communities”. This event showed pluralism themed video screenings, including the mini film “Expressions of Pluralism: Self-Identifying Communities”.
Geneviève Beauchamp speaks about her identity as a French-Quebecer and how her exposure to people of different cultural backgrounds has also influenced how she perceives many political and societal issues.
Melina Carnevale, of Italian and French-Quebecer origin, speaks about her experience as a convert to Islam.
Omar Khan speaks about how he identifies with being Guyanese, Pakistani, Muslim and Canadian. He also discusses the differences between those identities and whether there is ever a clash between them.
An interview with Ebrahim Mutuli on how he identifies with football and music, and whether they are forms of cultural expression or not.
Hip hop artist Hua Li was interviewed about how she expresses her music and how it influences her identity, along with whether diversity is portrayed in hip hop or not.
An interview with poet Alisha Mascarenhas on what inspired her to write poetry, the influences it has on her identity, and whether it is a form of cultural expression or not.
Theran Sativa was interviewed about her definition of feminism, and how it is one layer of identity that she has. She also discusses pluralism, and how feminism is reflected or not within a pluralistic framework.