The series sees students participate in a social experiment where they learn about racial bias and how to make positive change.
Walkley Award-winning journalist and media personality Marc Fennell will host the Australian version of The School That Tried to End Racism, a three-part documentary series set to air on ABC later this year.
Filmed recently at a Western Sydney primary school, the series sees students participate in a social experiment where they learn about racial bias and how to make positive change.
Produced by Screentime Australia - the same production company behind Seven Network’s SAS Australia, Nine Network’s Informer 3838, and the ABC-plus-Netflix commissioned Pine Gap, The School That Tried to End Racism enlists a team of educators and psychologists who try to reverse racial bias among a regular multicultural class of 10-11-year-olds.
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