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This event is organized by the Graduate Assembly, University of California, Berkeley. Residents speak on the street and during a discussion group about the issues of racism and the impact busing and affirmative action programs have on their communities. This emotionally complex film is also a portrait of young adults struggling to overcome the scars of their troubled childhood in order to realize their dreams of independence and fulfillment. The theme of crime and punishment is present in every moment. DVD X3245 Segment one is a behind-the scenes look at the problems, priorities, and players at the 1993 United Nations World Conference on Human Rights, the first to be held in 25 years.This event took place on February 2, 1986, at Booth Auditorium, Boalt Hall, University of California, Berkeley. When there is no death sentence, there is only time. Includes interviews with undersecretary of State Timothy Wirth and former President Jimmy Carter and UN Sec. The second segment examines a Chicago based campaign against capital punishment by families of murder victims who tour the United States to combat the death penalty. DVD 7279 Tells the true story of the first female serial killer in the U.
Concludes with a diverse group of 23 students from 6 major American universities who spent 3 days together to collectively challenge one another with dialogue focusing on such topics as the concept of individual responsibility, feeling separated from each other, wanting others to understand and what can be done to move awareness to action. Includes drama students enacting plays about racial conflicts and intolerance on campus. Video/C 6790 Documentary explores issues of faculty diversity in American higher education in the mid-1990s, focusing on the professional and personal experiences of eight minority scholars in the humanities and social sciences at various institutions. In part 1, students from 3 major universities are interviewed alone on topics including the climate toward talking about race on campus, self separation of ethnic groups, discrimination, affirmative action policies and individual responsibility for change. Deena Gonzalez, Chair of the Graduate Assembly, delivers an address on the disproportionate low number of minority students enrolled at the University of California.
Based in part on Crime and Punishment in American History / by Lawrence Friedman (Main Stack KF9223. In prison he has continued to work for social justice calling early attention to the AIDS epidemic and working as an advocate for the rights of prisoners. DVD 6896; vhs Video/C 9867 Video highlights recurring police violence against people of color in the context of the killing of Amadou Diallo, an unarmed Black man who was shot forty-one times in the vestibule of his apartment by four members of the New York City Street Crimes Unit. 25, 2000, a jury acquitted these officers of all charges.
Based on an interview by Sam Green and Bill Siegel. Protests erupted and confrontations between the police and demonstrators ensued. DVD 3263 What would you do if you discovered that 13 people slated for execution had been found innocent?
The following list is a sampling of some of the materials in MRC which deal with important social, political, and cultural issues in America. The film also examines the debate in California over a series of social studies textbooks which are under fire from critics, who charge that they do not adequately reflect California's multicultural heritage. In part 2, a diverse group of 23 students from 6 major American universities spend 3 days together to collectively challenge one another with dialogue focusing on such topics as the concept of individual responsibility, feeling separated from each other, wanting others to understand and what can be done to move awareness to action. Philip Habib, former Undersecretary of State and Special Presidential Envoy to the Middle East, delivers the keynote address on American foreign policy and the Middle East. DVD 6003 Focuses on documenting one day in the life of Boris Bezotechestvo, a murderer serving his entire sentence in solitary confinement in a prison situated on a small Island on Lake Novozero in central Russia.
Consult MRC's subject videographies for other titles of interest on these topics. Video/C 1718 Film examines racial problems of urban areas focusing on the 1974 riots in Boston that were triggered by busing of children from the predominantly Black community of Roxbury to Charlestown with a mostly Irish population. Video/C 455 - U-matic format, at NRLF #: B 4 175 250 "Aging out" chronicles the daunting obstacles that three young people in foster care encounter as they "age out" of the system and are suddenly on their own for the first time. The filmmaker explores what happens when nothing happens.
Youth activists challenge audiences to explore alternative options to detention and debunk public misperceptions about youth crime rates. In the video, young activists convince the Board of Corrections to deny pre-approved state funding for Alameda County's effort to build the biggest per capita juvenile hall in the state of California. DVD 3262Tells the story of the "Ward Boys," four eccentric brothers who shared the same dilapidated two-room shack for over 60 years in Munnsville, N. Living in isolation, without heat or running water, these elderly bachelors had virtually no contact with the outside world--until one was found dead in the bed he shared with his brother.
The film provides inspiring examples of peer activism, youth organizing, and mobilization around prison issues, providing youth with tangible ways to get involved with the movement to reform the U. A production of the Witness Project which uses video technology to investigate human rights abuses. By day's end, Delbert Ward "confessed" to suffocating his ailing brother as an act of mercy, but others in Munnsville believed Delbert had been framed. Video/C 6987 An examination of the efficacy and ethics of prison privatization in the United States and of the prison industries that profit from the burgeoning prison population.Videotaped in 1998 at Great Meadows Prison, Comstock, N. A production of the Witness Project which uses video technology to investigate human rights abuses. That was exactly the dilemma that Illinois Governor George Ryan faced in his final days in office. DVD 5997 Explore capital punishment through the story of Clifford Boggess, a 30-year-old who spent almost a decade on death row.He, alone, was left to decide whether the remaining 167 death row inmates should live or die. DVD 4909 A docu-drama about the 1927 Massachusetts trial and execution of two Italian-American immigrant anarchists based on Vanzetti's own letters and speeches. Video/C 4130 Hard-edged look at life inside the walls of Lewisburg, a maximum security federal penitentiary where rehabilitation and parole have all but been abandoned. In the United States, executions have become almost routine, especially in Texas, where Boggess, a pianist, artist, class valedictorian and convicted murderer awaited the execution chamber. Video/C 6646 The film includes interviews with death row prisoners, with state government and prison officials, and with all participants in capital punishment, including lawyers, police officers and manufacturers of lethal substances to show the legal context and logistics involved in carrying out executions.Producer/director/cinematographers, Lexi Leban and Lidia Szajko. All the while, prison guards watched from the sidelines waiting for the SWAT team to arrive.Originally produced for television broadcast in 2002. DVD 2839 Re-visits the young men interviewed eight years ago in the film "Homeboys: life and death in the hood" -- all but one now in jail. Tony beating -- Protest -- Daniel Freeman -- Broadway 92nd -- Og man -- Kornblum -- Public service announcement -- Avalon and Imperial -- 52nd Atlantic -- Leslie Brooks -- Bear murder (115 min) --. Freedom of the press -- Beginning -- Innocent man or gun man? DVD X6642 This gripping documentary captures the nightmare that one family endures after a teenage girl confessed to a teacher that her father molested her.Was Delbert, an uneducated hermit with a low IQ, an innocent victim of police abuse? DVD X160 Examines opinions on capital punishment as a possible deterrent to crime through interviews with executioners, a former death row inmate, Edward Koch, mayor of New York City and Hans Zeisel, professor of law at the University of Chicago. Video/C 5777 Focuses on the life of Charisse Shumate, who became the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit against the abominable health care conditions that women in California's prisons face. DVD 8457 This seminar was made up of judges, lawyers, prosecutors, law enforcement officials, majors, and journalists who engaged in a dialogue exploring the trade-offs of a society trying to control crime yet preserve individual freedoms. Features visits to the corporate headquarters of leading correctional corporations, prison trade shows, and testimony from leading experts and ordinary people, presenting diverse views of this new American "growth industry." 2001. Video/C 9671 Brings a historical perspective to the problems of escalating crime and the public's fear of it, by exploring the evolution of crime and criminal penalties in American society.