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7 Days of Shock: A Chronicle of the Sichuan Earthquake
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directed by Ed Lee, fl. 2008; produced by Phoenix Satellite Television Company Limited (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix TV, 2008), 1 hour

Occurred at 2:28pm, on May 12th, the Sichuan Earthquake took the lives of ten thousands people, and hundred thousands more of lives were fading away as time passing. This day-by-day account reveals the human face of the tragedy and chronicles the rescue work against time in 180 hours after the disaster.

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directed by Ed Lee, fl. 2008; produced by Phoenix Satellite Television Company Limited (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix TV, 2008), 1 hour
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10 Things You Don't Know About, Season 3, Episode 3, Civil Rights
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directed by Dominique Anders, fl. 2003-2017 and Stuart Chait, 1980-; presented by Henry Rollins, 1961-; produced by Mary Courtney, fl. 2004-2016 and Henry Rollins, 1961-, Asylum Entertainment; interview by Henry Rollins, 1961-, in 10 Things You Don't Know About, Season 3, Episode 3 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2014), 43 mins

In "10 Things You Don't Know About," punk rock icon Henry Rollins uncovers crazy twists and tidbits behind the historical tales, figures, and places you only thought you knew. Whether he's analyzing centuries-old documents at the National Archives or exploring the inside of a dead gangster's speakeasy, he's on a m...

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directed by Dominique Anders, fl. 2003-2017 and Stuart Chait, 1980-; presented by Henry Rollins, 1961-; produced by Mary Courtney, fl. 2004-2016 and Henry Rollins, 1961-, Asylum Entertainment; interview by Henry Rollins, 1961-, in 10 Things You Don't Know About, Season 3, Episode 3 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2014), 43 mins
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40 Years Later: Our People
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directed by John Washington, Jr., fl. 2009 and Sundog Stovall, fl. 2013 (Pottstown, PA: MVD Entertainment Group, 2013), 49 mins
In the 40 Years since the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., how far have African Americans advanced in American society? This film touches on the socioeconomic status of Blacks in America, the election of Barack Obama and explores the question "does racism still exist?"
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directed by John Washington, Jr., fl. 2009 and Sundog Stovall, fl. 2013 (Pottstown, PA: MVD Entertainment Group, 2013), 49 mins
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Civil Rights: Fifty Years of Fighting
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written by Walter Francis White, 1893-1955, in 50 Years of Progress (Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh Courier, 1950), 12 page(s)
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written by Walter Francis White, 1893-1955, in 50 Years of Progress (Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh Courier, 1950), 12 page(s)
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60 Minutes, Don't Ask, Don't Tell (Barry Winchell)
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produced by Michael Radutzky, fl. 2000-2016, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Ed Bradley, 1941-2006, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 14 mins
60 Minutes presents the debate surrounding military policy of 'don't ask, don't tell', focusing on the murder of a gay soldier, Barry Winchell. Ed Bradley reports.
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produced by Michael Radutzky, fl. 2000-2016, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Ed Bradley, 1941-2006, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 14 mins
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60 Minutes, The Bishop Estate
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produced by L. Franklin Devine, fl. 1993-2016, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2000), 13 mins
Report about the misused and mismanaged Bishop trust of Hawaii, the largest private trust in the nation. Established to benefit the children of Hawaiian heritage, it was becoming a player in global land transfers. The trustees were becoming quite powerful and the school the trust was to be supporting was getting t...
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produced by L. Franklin Devine, fl. 1993-2016, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2000), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, Marry Me!
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produced by Christine Weicher, fl. 2000 and Joel Bernstein, fl. 2003-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Bob Simon, 1941-2015, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
Make no mistake about it — same-sex marriage is an American revolution in the making. The spark was lit by San Francisco's heterosexual, Irish Catholic Mayor -- the recently elected Gavin Newsom. His act of defiance set off a daisy chain of events that put same-sex marriage on the nation's agenda and landed him...
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produced by Christine Weicher, fl. 2000 and Joel Bernstein, fl. 2003-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Bob Simon, 1941-2015, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, The Green Berets
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produced by Cindy Babski, fl. 2001, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 10 mins
When 60 Minutes II entered the secret world of U.S. Special Forces, it was done by way of a Chinook helicopter, with pilots from the 25th Infantry Division from Hawaii. The crew didn't know what to expect, because no television crew had ever been given access to the Special Forces base in the hostile Pesch Valley,...
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produced by Cindy Babski, fl. 2001, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 10 mins
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60 Minutes, The Bishop (Gene Robinson)
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produced by Ruth Streeter, fl. 1985, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Ed Bradley, 1941-2006, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
October 18, 2004 - Bishop Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop, talks to Correspondent Ed Bradley in his first extensive national television interview.
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produced by Ruth Streeter, fl. 1985, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Ed Bradley, 1941-2006, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2004), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, Essie Mae (Strom Thurmond's Daughter
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in 60 Minutes (Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 2004), 14 mins
An interview with Essie Mae Washington-Williams, daughter of Sen. Strom Thurmond and a black 16-year-old who worked as a domestic in his father’s home. Thurmond, one the country’s most powerful senators -- a man who had filibustered against the civil rights bill and ran for president as a segregationist -- die...
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in 60 Minutes (Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 2004), 14 mins
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