Year: 1985 Source: National Conference on Youth Suicide, (1985: Washington, D.C.), p.229-233 SIEC No: 19871811

The author discusses both community & corporate response to the airing of Silence of the Heart, a film about the suicide of a teenage boy. He sees the CBC’s broadcast of the film as evidence of the network’s sense of corporate responsibility in providing the opportunity for discussion of suicide among youth, their parents, & other adults. (NBB)