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More than 2,000 10 and 11-year-olds will see a short film, which urges them to tell the police, their parents or a teacher if they hear anyone expressing extremist views.
The terrorism message is also illustrated with a re-telling of the story of Guy Fawkes, saying that his strong views began forming when he was at school in York
WINNIPEG -- A girl at the centre of a child custody battle was taught by her parents that minorities should die and was exposed to violent racist videos, a judge heard yesterday.
The girl was also familiar with Nazi phrases such as "Heil Hitler" and would talk calmly about how black people could be killed, a social worker testified.
"She said you would whip black people with a ball and chain and they would die," testified the social worker, who cannot be identified under Manitoba law.
The worker was the first witness at a trial that is to determine whether the province's child welfare agency will gain permanent custody of the girl and her younger brother, who were seized from their parental home last year.
The social worker was called to the girl's school after the girl showed up with white supremacist slogans written on her skin -- writings which she appeared to understand fully.