A 25 minute excerpt from the 90 minute PBS documentary that aired in 1997. Although the computers look antiquated, the issues haven't gone away: concern for campus diversity, both among student population and faculty; the controversy over affirmative action; the attacks on Ethnic Studies, etc. Through profiling eight faculty -- Asian-American, Latino, Native America, African-American -- this documentary makes an eloquent educational argument for affirmative action. It also cuts through the rhetoric of the Culture Wars of the 90s. It has been used extensively on campuses around the country to stimulate conversation about the issues of affirmative action and diversity. For more information: gailpellettproductions.com

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