No Way Out – Justice and the Examined Life
The coercive effect of racial animosity on individuals, communities, and society is the central theme in No Way Out. The story teaches the lesson that the only effective counterforce to racial hatred is personal virtue and friendship.
The pioneering nature of this film makes it all the more remarkable because, in the time it was made, race was not a subject of civil discourse in the United States.
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This unique companion viewing guide includes:
- Post viewing discussion
- Movie quotes handout
- Teacher resources, activities, and learning tools
- Essay questions with answer keys
- Criteria for film selection