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Newsreel, #38, High School Rising (Newsreel #38)
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in Newsreel, #38 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 17 mins
An analysis of how the schools by using the tracking system, exploit and oppress people in terms of class origins and how students can begin to organize.
in Newsreel, #38 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 17 mins
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Newsreel, #47, Wreck of the New York Subways (Newsreel #47)
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in Newsreel, #47 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 15 mins
During the winter of 1969, the New York Transit Authority increased the public transportation fee fare from 20 cents to 30 cents--a 50% increase. Infuriated riders scrambled under turnstiles and through exit doors, refusing to pay the fare. In THE WRECK OF THE NEW YORK SUBWAYS riders and subway workers denounce th...
in Newsreel, #47 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 15 mins
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Newsreel, Newsreel 22, Up Against the Wall, Ms. America  (Newsreel #22)
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in Newsreel, Newsreel 22 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1968), 6 mins
"Here she comes…" At the 1968 Miss America pageant, demonstrators introduced a sheep as the appropriate winner. This entertaining short film shows how Women's Liberation activists used guerrilla theater to raise awareness of what Miss America really represents. The film was widely screened by the second wave wom...
in Newsreel, Newsreel 22 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1968), 6 mins
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Percussion, Impressions and Reality
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directed by Allan Siegle, fl. 1978; produced by Francia Luban, fl. 1978 and Christine Choy, 1953-, Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, CUNY Academic Commons and Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1978), 30 mins
This is the first comprehensive U.S. film to explore the origins and growth of traditional Puerto Rican music. Interviews with musicians living in New York reveal how traditional music is used as a source of resistance against cultural domination. Their music is also a means by which Puerto Rican culture is mainta...
directed by Allan Siegle, fl. 1978; produced by Francia Luban, fl. 1978 and Christine Choy, 1953-, Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, CUNY Academic Commons and Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1978), 30 mins
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Young Puppeteers of Vietnam
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(New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 26 mins
Art, dance, music and poetry became a vital necessity for the liberated areas of South Vietnam in their daily efforts to survive the bombings and napalming of the Vietnam War. In this moving film, teenagers in the NLF liberated zones make beautiful puppets from the remains of downed U.S. warplanes. They work their...
(New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 26 mins
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A Dream Is What You Wake Up From
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directed by Carolyn Y. Johnson, fl. 1978 and Larry Bullard, fl. 1978; produced by Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1978), 1 hour 2 mins
Originally released in 1978, A DREAM IS WHAT YOU WAKE UP FROM explores the role of Black families in American society. The everyday lives of three Black families with different approaches to their struggle for survival in the United States are represented through a mix of fiction and documentary scenes, a docudram...
directed by Carolyn Y. Johnson, fl. 1978 and Larry Bullard, fl. 1978; produced by Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1978), 1 hour 2 mins
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Newsreel, #23, Pig Power (Newsreel #23)
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in Newsreel, #23 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1968), 5 mins
As students take to the streets in New York and Berkeley, the state violence that follows illustrates Chicago Mayor Daley's thesis that the police are there "to preserve disorder".
in Newsreel, #23 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1968), 5 mins
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Newsreel, Newsreel 55, The Woman's Film  (Newsreel #55)
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produced by Third World Newsreel, in Newsreel, Newsreel 55 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1971), 42 mins
Produced collectively by women, this documentary is a valuable historical document of the origins of the modern women's movement in the United States. The film delves into the lives of ordinary women from different races, educational levels and class Filmed mostly in small consciousness-raising groups, from which...
produced by Third World Newsreel, in Newsreel, Newsreel 55 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1971), 42 mins
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Yippie
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(New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1968), 14 mins
Filmed as the official statement of the Youth International Party, this film is as freewheeling and irreverent as the Yippies themselves. It presents an overview of 1968 Chicago, Mayor Daley, and the pig the Yippies ran for president. The film juxtaposes orgy scenes from D.W. Griffith's "Intolerance" and Keystone...
(New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1968), 14 mins
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From Spikes to Spindles
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directed by Christine Choy, 1953-; produced by Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1976), 46 mins
This raw, gutsy portrait of New York's Chinatown captures the early days of an emerging consciousness in the community. We see a Chinatown rarely depicted, a vibrant community whose young and old join forces to protest police brutality and hostile real estate developers. With bold strokes, it paints an overview of...
directed by Christine Choy, 1953-; produced by Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1976), 46 mins
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