Image Union, episode 836

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0:00 Image Union opening.

1:18 Deep Dish TV sampler. The First National Public Access Satellite Project. This tape consists of a series of kids shows from around the country.

2:45 Cable Kids. Show for kids hosted by two puppets. The show features kids doing things like playing in a steel band or making cookies.

7:24 Kids Alive. Kids perform in a variety show in Bloomington, Indiana.

9:49 Nutcracker. Children perform in the ballet.

10:54 The Gadget Zone. Nerdy kid shows us cool gadgets.

13:14 News About Schools. Little girl (Dee Dee Halleck’s daughter?) reads a statement condemning Ronald Regan’s plan to offer private school vouchers.

13:55 Black History Month at schools in Harlem. Kid does monologue by Lorraine Hanesbury.

16:39 Minnesota Women in Politics. High school girls debate the situation of women in politics. Coya Knutson is interviewed.

19:05 Day Dances. Discusses personal identity and shows girls dancing. I’m guessing this is supposed to be empowering them in some way.

20:20 Forbidden Rebels. New York City. Tape about how hard it is to be a poor urban kid writing graffiti.

22:39 Letta’s Family. Tape about a poverty-stricken Appalachian family.

25:15 Credits.

27:25 Image Union credits.



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