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Title Date My Race / / Director: Mclnerney, Nick
Published Australia : SBS, 2016
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Summary Date My Race explores the role race plays in finding love, and reveals Australia's surprising patterns when it comes to online dating and racial preferences. It's a personal theme for 30-year-old African-Australian journalist and host Santilla Chingaipe, who is on the hunt for love. With a smorgasboard of potential mates a swipe away, she is having little luck with online dating, and wonders if it is the colour of her skin that is sabotaging her chances. This playful and surprising look at modern dating will challenge Australians to think about what drives their own romantic attraction and connection, asking the question: when looking for love, does having racial preferences amount to racism?
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2017-02-27 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: M
Subject Caucasian race -- Psychology.
Documentary television programs.
Ethnology.
Interracial dating.
Man-woman relationships.
Online dating.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Chingaipe, Santilla, host
Mclnerney, Nick, director