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60 Minutes, The Miracle Of The Pentagon
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produced by Margaret Ebrahim, fl. 2011-2014, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Scott Pelley, 1957-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2001), 13 mins
Even though 125 people were killed in the Pentagon on Sept.11, there was something miraculous about that day. The plane obliterated the first and part of the second floor, but the third, fourth and fifth floors remained suspended in midair for 35 minutes. Hundreds of people escaped. How is that possible? The answe...
produced by Margaret Ebrahim, fl. 2011-2014, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Scott Pelley, 1957-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2001), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, Endangered Species
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produced by Harry A. Radliffe, fl. 1995-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Ed Bradley, 1941-2006, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2005), 13 mins
The murder rate in the neighborhood of Anacostia in Washington, DC for African-American men is so high that some see themselves as an endangered species. It's cut off from the rest of Washington by the Anacostia River, which is as polluted as the neighborhood. Saving both the river and the neighborhood is the goal...
produced by Harry A. Radliffe, fl. 1995-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Ed Bradley, 1941-2006, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2005), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, The Seed School
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produced by Ruth Streeter, fl. 2003, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2010), 13 mins
This segment of 60 Minutes is about the Seed School of Washington, DC. The Seed School is the first public boarding school for urban and low-income students.
produced by Ruth Streeter, fl. 2003, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2010), 13 mins
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Big Picture, When Marian Anderson Sang
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in Big Picture (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich, 2018), 5 mins
In 1939 the great contralto Marian Anderson was denied the right to perform at Washington's Constitution Hall because of the color of her skin. The snub gave rise to an outpouring of support and activism that drew attention to the racial inequities in the nation's capital and throughout the country. Ms. Anderson's...
in Big Picture (Chesterton, IN: Media Rich, 2018), 5 mins
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A Day In Congress
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in Prelinger Collection, of United States. Library of Congress. Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Collection; directed by Edwin Ware Hullinger; produced by Edwin Ware Hullinger (District of Columbia: Academic Films, 1949), 18 mins
This documentary features a day in Congress.
in Prelinger Collection, of United States. Library of Congress. Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Collection; directed by Edwin Ware Hullinger; produced by Edwin Ware Hullinger (District of Columbia: Academic Films, 1949), 18 mins
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Finding Clients Desensitized to Washington: Selig
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produced by Bloomberg L. P.; interview by Erik Schatzker, fl. 1998 and Sara Eisen, fl. 2013 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2013), 2 mins
Stefan Selig, global corporate & IB executive Vice Chairman at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses sentiment of clients and the impact of uncertainty out of Washington on markets. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's 'Market Makers.'
produced by Bloomberg L. P.; interview by Erik Schatzker, fl. 1998 and Sara Eisen, fl. 2013 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2013), 2 mins
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In Conversation With The Presidents' Men, Ben Bradlee
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directed by William Karel, 1940-, in In Conversation With The Presidents' Men (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2000, originally published 2000), 34 mins
Ben Bradlee – Newsweek journalist and advisor to JFK, Editor of the Washington Post (68 to 73). Based on the 3 part documentary Secrets Of State, this behind-the-scene series uncovers the secret history of American diplomacy – from the Bay of Pigs to Vietnam or the Gulf War – through talks with the most infl...
directed by William Karel, 1940-, in In Conversation With The Presidents' Men (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2000, originally published 2000), 34 mins
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Inauguration of Kennedy and Inaugural Speech, 1961
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(Privately Published, 1961, originally published 1961), 16 mins
This documentary features the Inauguration of John F. Kennedy and his Inaugural speech, on January 20th, 1961.
(Privately Published, 1961, originally published 1961), 16 mins
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Inside the White House: The Marine Sentries
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produced by United States. White House (District of Columbia: United States. White House, 2009), 4 mins
Learn about some of the Marines who stand sentry outside the West Wing —- and their feelings towards Christmas trees.
produced by United States. White House (District of Columbia: United States. White House, 2009), 4 mins
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Ken Burns's The Civil War, 1, The Cause
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written by Ken Burns, 1953-; produced by Ken Burns, 1953-, in Ken Burns's The Civil War, 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 1990), 2 hours 54 mins
Beginning with a searing indictment of slavery, this first episode of Ken Burns's The Civil War dramatically evokes the causes of the war, from the Cotton Kingdom of the South to the northern abolitionists who opposed it. Here are the burning questions of Union and States’ rights, John Brown at Harper’s Ferry,...
written by Ken Burns, 1953-; produced by Ken Burns, 1953-, in Ken Burns's The Civil War, 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 1990), 2 hours 54 mins
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