Howard Zinn speaks at Amherst College on “The Myth of the Cold War” and responds to audience questions. Continue reading
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Raw tape for The 90’s. There are three sections to this tape: U.S. military intervention in Panama, a very in-depth discussion with Panama expert John Dinges on Manuel Noriega (and a possible cover-up in Noriega’s case), and a screening of footage of Erika Becker talking about cerebral palsy for preschool children. Continue reading
Part of the Global Perspectives on War and Peace Collection. Raw footage for The 90’s. First segment is a protest at the White House over U.S. military intervention in El Salvador. The second and third segments are interviews with Larry Birns and Tony Stamp about the U.S. invasion of Panama. Continue reading
Part of the Global Perspectives on War and Peace Collection. Documentary on children affected by the attacks on Panama City in 1989. Tape includes a 5-minute and an 8-minute version. A group of five year olds make drawings to show the violence that they have seen. The children show their drawings and talk about their experiences, a woman speaks about her murdered son and those still looking for their missing children, young men from the marines talk about how they don’t have time and are not supposed to question their actions. “I am to do what I am told to do, and that is all.” Continue reading