Making Sense of One is a youth-orientated cultural heritage documentary about Lalo, Bailey and Kalale who are a reflection of the bi-racial youth in Toronto today. The story that will be told is about how they have come to a cross road on who they are racially and the challenges of living in a society that thinks of their appearance as sexy and exotic, yet deep within them is the pain of not having any idea of what their cultural roots actually are. They often ask them selves “Where do I belong?”
These three energetic, at risk youth from the St. Stephens Community House in Toronto are apart of a team of youth who will be asserting themselves by working together to create a book. The purpose of the documentary is to tell the story of their journey as individuals and to grasp a better understand of what it is like to be a bi-racial youth in Toronto.