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  • Circle 9 Sunrise / The Poem

    Circle 9 Sunrise / The Poem

    This is a reel consisting of Barbara Sykes’ live performance of “Circle 9 Sunrise” (1976) and the work “The Poem” (1975) and made with the Sandin Image Processor.

  • The Poem / Environmental Symmetry

    The Poem / Environmental Symmetry

    This is a reel consisting of Barbara Sykes’ works “The Poem” (1975) and “Environmental Symmetry” (1978) made with the Sandin Image Processor.

  • VTR: TVTV

    VTR: TVTV

    Documentary about the pioneering guerrilla television group, TVTV.

  • Where’s I.W. Abel?

    Where’s I.W. Abel?

    Made by Kartemquin and a rank-and-file steel workers caucus, the video documents the opposition of the rank-and-file to the no-strike agreement between Steelworkers President I.W. Abel and the ten major steel companies, made without a vote by the membership of the union. Featuring Staughton Lynd.

  • [HSA Strike 1975 raw #4]

    [HSA Strike 1975 raw #4]

    Raw footage for HSA Strike 1975. The strike began on October 27th, 1975, and lasted for 18 days—the longest and largest doctors’ strike in the US. The strike was organized by the Housestaff Association (HSA), a union of residents and interns. They were protesting against the working conditions and poor facilities at Cook County Hospital, Chicago’s only public hospital which mostly served the city’s poor and uninsured.

    This tape features footage from after the strike, particularly of a speech by Dr. Quentin Young, Chairman of Cook County Hospital. Even though Young had advised against the strike, he also decided not to discipline any of the strikers, and was subsequently fired. He later sued the hospital for unlawful termination, and was ultimately reinstated.

  • [HSA Strike 1975 raw #3]

    [HSA Strike 1975 raw #3]

    Raw footage for HSA Strike 1975. The strike began on October 27th, 1975, and lasted for 18 days—the longest and largest doctors’ strike in the US. The strike was organized by the Housestaff Association (HSA), a union of residents and interns. They were protesting against the working conditions and poor facilities at Cook County Hospital, Chicago’s only public hospital which mostly served the city’s poor and uninsured.

    This tape features interviews with a number of people, including four doctors who were arrested for their involvement in the strike. It also includes some footage of the strike and rally itself.

  • [HSA Strike 1975 raw #2]

    [HSA Strike 1975 raw #2]

    Raw footage for HSA Strike 1975. The strike began on October 27th, 1975, and lasted for 18 days—the longest and largest doctors’ strike in the US. The strike was organized by the Housestaff Association (HSA), a union of residents and interns. They were protesting against the working conditions and poor facilities at Cook County Hospital, Chicago’s only public hospital which mostly served the city’s poor and uninsured.

    This tape features footage of the strike, including interviews with passersby and various people attending the protests, notably Jesse Jackson.

  • [HSA Strike 1975 raw #1]

    [HSA Strike 1975 raw #1]

    Raw footage for HSA Strike 1975. The strike began on October 27th, 1975, and lasted for 18 days—the longest and largest doctors’ strike in the US. The strike was organized by the Housestaff Association (HSA), a union of residents and interns. They were protesting against the working conditions and poor facilities at Cook County Hospital, Chicago’s only public hospital which mostly served the city’s poor and uninsured.

    In this tape, workers meet to discuss the strike and the future of Cook County Hospital. Also includes footage on the street during the strike.

 
 
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