strong opposition from local and state governments. DVN Human Rights Conference Preview 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. 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. DVD 9435; vhs Video/C 1767 Description from Filmakers Library catalog Chang, Robert. They discuss both the medium and the message, plus thecontroversial issue of content filtering.
The Issue of Gun Control in Society Today, Issues in Todays Global Automotive Industry,
Video/C 4928 Murder on a Sunday Morning A documentary investigating a true tale of murder and injustice in Jacksonville, Florida. The film explores how the murder of Vincent Chin continues to have meaning to society today, as well as how the hate crime remains unknown or forgotten in many Americans' minds. Also includes interviews with law enforcement authorities, hospital ER doctors and social workers showing how meth destroys the brain and body of users, how meth lab toxins poison children living in and near the meth labs, and how police, emergency services, and social services are. What was to be a modest profile turns into a intimate four and half year chronicle of Stevie, his broken family, the criminal justice system and the filmmaker himself, as they all struggle with what Stevie has done and who he has become. Written, produced and directed by Roger Weisberg. DVD 5124 The Plea Examines the prevalence of plea bargaining in the American justice system, and the failures of justice that result when the practice is misused. This program looks at the rise of America's extreme right wing. Lawyers team up with migrant farm workers in California to fight for better education, health care and working conditions, and vista volunteers and local residents organize against strip mining in Appalachia. "Two Towns of Jasper." Visual Anthropology Review, Volume. Opium was the Shan farmers' only source of income and the guerillas began to take 10 of the crop as tax and transported it in convoys to Thailand to buy guns. The Colour of Money Reaching back across the centuries, this program sheds light on historical attitudes toward human differences. Video/C 8406 Slippin Ten Years germanys Fascism vs. Russias Communism with the Bloods Documents the exploits of a group of African-American gang members through the mean streets of South Central LA for ten years after the 1992 LA race riots.
Lexi Leban and Lidia Szajko. Socrates' execution and Roman and medieval forms of justice are analyzed in a historical context, underscoring the fact that punishment was often intended as a deterrent rather than as a reformatory measure. DVD X5139 Skin Deep.