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Brownsville: Black and White
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written by Richard Broadman, 1946-2000; directed by Richard Broadman, 1946-2000; produced by Richard Broadman, 1946-2000 (New York: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2002), 1 hour 23 mins
This poignant and powerful documentary explores the complex history of interracial cooperation, urban change, and social conflict in Brownsville, a neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, from the 1930s to the 2000s. A case study of the tragedy of urban American race relations, the film recounts the transformation of...
written by Richard Broadman, 1946-2000; directed by Richard Broadman, 1946-2000; produced by Richard Broadman, 1946-2000 (New York: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2002), 1 hour 23 mins
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Religious Festivals: Paulinus of Nola
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produced by Artemis Willis, fl. 2009; in Da Feast! (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 2 mins
In this segment we hear a bit about the backstory of Saint Paulinus, who is honored each summer in an Italian-American street festival.
produced by Artemis Willis, fl. 2009; in Da Feast! (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 2 mins
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Business As Usual
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directed by Lucy Pardee, fl. 2002; produced by University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology (Manchester, England: University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, 2002), 27 mins
Everyone knows about Ground Zero in New York but have you bought into the memory? Big Mike, Tyrone and the other street vendors will sell you part of the disaster whilst offering you their views on life, the universe and everything - for free.
directed by Lucy Pardee, fl. 2002; produced by University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology (Manchester, England: University of Manchester. Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, 2002), 27 mins
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Cultural Differences
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produced by Jason Price; in The Professor (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 10 mins
Corruption has long been standard practice in Liberian politics. By consequence of his presence in Park Hill, it is likely that Kpormakpor was unique and that he did not use his political office for his own hands, for this reason, he is a peculiar figure in the Park Hill community. Some people believe he isn't nor...
produced by Jason Price; in The Professor (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 10 mins
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