[Chicago Crossings: Bridges and Boundaries, reel 57; Student Mural Day]

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B-roll of students working on the mural project done in conjunction with Spertus Museum of Judaica's 1994 exhibition "Bridges and Boundaries."

0:00Copy video clip URL Blumenthal briefly interviews one of the students about his familiarity with culturally diverse groups.

1:20Copy video clip URL The crew records b-roll of students working on various aspects of the mural. At one point Blumenthal can be heard in the background asking a teacher how the shofar (or, more accurately, a similar animal horn instrument) is used in African cultures. The camera man captures numerous shots comparing the preliminary sketches for the designs with the actual mural panels at various stages of completion.

12:00Copy video clip URL The crew begins to interview one of the students before she begins work on painting part of the mural. The cameraman gathers more b-roll of the mural in progress, catching some incidental dialogue as the students and teachers chat.

19:40Copy video clip URL Tape cuts to unrelated footage. The man seems to be discussing the topic of promotions in his company.