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Made with the help of the Union United Church of Montréal, this film dramatizes some of the more common rebuffs met by West Indian blacks as they look for work, a place to live, and a toe-hold on equal terms in the land of their adoption. The resolute mood of the black community is suggested in one sequence when they meet with a civil rights organizer.

1966, 28 min