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Video/C 7897 The people of South and Central America and the Caribbean reflect on their lives, their history and societies in this series. This tape examines the early civilizations in Central and South America, primarily the Maya, Aztecs, and Incas. Video/C 6402 : Covers the fighting during the American Revolution from Lexington and Concord to the British surrender at Yorktown in 1781, an extraordinary story of a small group of colonials challenging and defeating the most powerful empire in the world. DVD X2301; Video/C 7459 Explores the environmental devastation and urban chaos of Tijuana's assembly factories and the female laborers who have organized themselves for social action. Scenes of the Toa River region reveal island life in remote villages.
For others, it represented a radical break with a monarchical past and a move towards a republic and democratic politics. In "Maquilapolis," Carmen and her friend Lourdes confront labor violations, environmental devastation and urban chaos, reaching beyond their daily struggle for survival to organize for change, taking on both the Mexican and U. Produced and directed by Vicky Funari, Sergio De La Torre. "The Virtual Realities of US/Mexico Border Ecologies in Maquilapolis and Sleep Dealer." Environmental Communication, Jun2011, Vol. DVD 9295 A film in twelve chapters which tells the tales of people from Bombay, Mexico City, Moscow and New York, who are all struggling for daily survival, with ingenuity, intelligence and dignity. Video/C 8920 This documentary adds visuals from disparate sources to the words of Xavier Icaza, a Mexican writer from nearly a century ago. Contains exclusive, authentic footage of transportation modes and warfare and other aspects of the Mexican Revolution. Includes interviews with members of Mexico's finance community and its micro-business association CAME. Video/C 4306 An examination of politics and human rights violations in modern Mexico through the experiences of Dr. Contrasting the high-tech facilities and fashionable neighborhoods with its sprawling slums and struggling inhabitants, the program outlines the relationship between foreign investment and the worldwide need for cheap labor, which Mexico and its indigenous peoples readily supply. Documents the opposition to the actual trade pact from significant voices within the PRI, Academia, Labor, and the PRD. Segment from the television program Rights & wrongs broadcast August 25, 1993. Video/C 1778 Records the history and political events in Mexico from the Mexican revolution to the 1988 presidential elections through interviews and the use of extensive archival materials. That same year, Landrián was accused of plotting to assassinate Castro. He made a total of 13 documentaries, although they were heavily censored and prevented from being part of the Cuban Film Industry.
This segment focuses on the process of independence in Argentina and Uruguay and the figure of San Martin and his leadership of the armies that liberated southern South America. #23: Thomas Farer, distinguished professor of law at Rutgers University and former president of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, discusses the work of the Commission in investigating human rights violations in Latin America and analyzes the Reagan administration's policies concerning human rights in third world countries and the factors that influence and change such policies from administration to administration. Video/C 641 For ten weeks in 1941, Walt Disney, his wife, and sixteen colleagues from his studio visited nations in South America to gather story material for a series of films with South American themes. This program examines the plight of women in the poverty ridden nation of Bolivia on varying social and economic levels. DVD 6593 A documentary describing the consequences of 25 years of environmental neglect by factories along the U. DVD X6430; Video/C 4748 This film follows Luis Rodriguez, who lives in a remote peasant village in southern Mexico, who hopes to become a boxing champion in the United States. Eventually he succeeds in crossing the border and finds work as an illegal alien. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to celebrate, pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. The experience is a cross between adventure tourism and a way for participants, largely middle class Mexican tourists, to experience firsthand the hardships of the border crossing. Fuentes addresses the selective intervention of the U. in the affairs of Latin American countries which he believes stifles development in Latin America and damages the international relationship. N: World leaders set New York a-whirl (9/26/60) -- Invasion scare: Castro masses troops, claims U. aggression (10/31/60) -- News highlights of 1960 (12/31/60) -- U. breaks relations with Cuba (1/5/61) -- Cuba invaded: foes of Castro open offensive (4/19/61) -- Reds celebrate May Day (5/5/61) -- The Cuban crisis (10/25/62) -- Missile bases: Castro balks at U. team (11/1/62) DVD 8283 From ABC News Nightline, with Ted Koppel, and commentary by Robert Mc Namara.
Bolivar led the final assult liberating Peru and upper Peru (Bolivia) with the assistance of his lieutenant, Jose Antonio de Sucre. Dozens tell their stories, as Violeta Chamorro defends her coalition government's policies toward women against criticism by feminists, who seek a wider role in political and social decision-making. It also examines the importance of the coca leaf to the rural Puruvian economy. Video/C 8655 Presents eighteen films, with eleven of them focusing on the participation of Latin American and South American countries in WWII. Also includes films addressing issues in America such as housing and employment for veterans, the increase in venereal diseases and other health issues. Interviews with Mexican lesbians and movement leaders present impressions of daily life in their country. The program provides excellent insight into the roots of anti-Mexican sentiment, as well as the often quarrelsome relationship between the U.
Follows the virtual civil war in Chile as Creoles vied for control and Spaniards attempted to crush the moves toward independence. Interviews with sociologists, media moguls and others examine its influence on Latin American power politics, along with generous clips from the programs "By These Streets," which closely parallels Venezuelan news events and the popular Brazilian romantic melodrama "Body and Soul." Dist.: Films Media Group. The government is Peru's and the terrorists are among the most determined, ruthless, and enigmatic of Latin American insurgents, the Sendero Luminoso. Progress made by women in the area of home business, art and music is examined, as well as the antiquated customs that keep women subservient. It examines the submissiveness of upper-class women; a new emerging middle class who are defying tradition and cultural expectations to fight for equal rights; and the indigenous population, who are segregated and discriminated against. Looks at Mexican women who have fought for women's rights and equality. The art of revolution and the revolution of art seem, in this time and place, to have nurtured one another. Several prominent Mexican-Americans discuss how the war drove thousands of poor Mexicans across the border into the U. Video/C 6416 Documentary on Fernando Pacheco Colli, "El Suicida", a young bullfighter who performs in the popular festivals of the small Mayan communities of the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. DVD X3724 An investigative documentary on the state of our southern border with Mexico. The story is told through the eyes of those involved firsthand, prompting viewers to think about this issue on a personal level. It chronicles the 5 year bi-national effort to craft remedies to the border's deteriorating environmental conditions by a diverse mix of people of both countries from grass-roots activists to government, academic and industrial leaders. Originally broadcast on the television program Nightline, on October 24, 1996.