1. John F. Kennedy Campaigns at the U of I (Oct. 24, 1960)


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    In this newsreel, U.S. Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) campaigns at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on Oct. 24, 1960 during his run for the presidency. Read Kennedy's remarks: http://www.jfklibrary.org/Research/Ready-Reference/JFK-Speeches/Remarks-of-Senator-John-F-Kennedy-at-the-University-of-Illinois-Urbana-Illinois-October-24-1960.aspx

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    • Kings Week 5: Jeroboam


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      Adults Ministries Pastors, Mike Taylor continues our summer series "Kings".

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      • Loving Day Flagship Celebration 2012


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        Loving Day is an annual tradition that celebrates interracial relationships and multiethnic identity. Loving Day Celebrations mark the anniversary of Loving v. Virginia (1967), the Supreme Court decision that legalized interracial marriage in the United States. These celebrations are held every year on or around June 12th. This is a video of the Loving Day Flagship Celebration we hosted in New York City, which is the largest of these events (about 1500 guests in 2012). We also encourage people to host their own celebrations for friends and family. In 2012, there were celebrations in over 30 cities. Loving Day Celebrations are shared among friends and passed down through families to establish a new multicultural tradition. Loving Day fights racial prejudice through education and builds multicultural community. It's a global network of annual celebrations that you can host or attend. It's also an educational campaign that you can be a part of every day. For more information, please visit http://www.lovingday.org Produced and directed by the very talented Craig Nisperos http://www.craignisperos.com (cc) Creative Commons You are free to share this work, some rights reserved. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/

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        • Beer in Ancient Egypt (Ancient Art Podcast 51)


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          Episode 51 of the Ancient Art Podcast explores the art, culture, history, and mythology surrounding beer in Ancient Egypt. We'll look at the archaeological record to sort fact from fiction on the brewing process and dig up some modern attempts at recreating the ancient recipes for Egyptian beer. Chemical analysis of ancient beer residue paints a telling picture as funerary art and literary sources flesh out culture of some of the world's earliest brewers. Included in episode 51 are discussions of modern versus ancient brewing ingredients and techniques, Patrick McGovern's "Uncorking the Past," Dogfish Head's Ta Henket beer, the research of Delwen Samuel, the ancient "zeer pot" refrigerator (or nested pot-in-pot fridge), and the myth of the lioness goddess Sekhmet. See the footnotes at http://ancientartpodcast.org/blog/51. Explore more episodes, image galleries, credits, transcripts, and additional resources at http://ancientartpodcast.org. Connect at http://twitter.com/lucaslivingston and http://facebook.com/ancientartpodcast.

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          • GRACIELE E JOEL


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            • Second Round Boxing Promotional Video


              from Richard Walls III Added 57 0 0

              Second Round is an ongoing documentary I am working on. It involves a non-profit boxing program that helps prevent gang violence in Raleigh, NC. Young adults from all walks of life are encourage to come. I am making a documentary to show the benefits of the program and to help raise money for the program to fund general expenses to operate the various activities and functions. This is just a short promotional video showing boxing as one of the primary functions to the program. There is a much broader scope in the involvement of the program in its entirety. In which I will utilize kickstarter as a means of getting funding for expenses. I need camera equipment (Canon EOS 7D, tripod, dolly) lights (omni lights, tota lights, light meters) and lavalier microphones (external audio recorders).

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              • Epilogue: "Imperfections" (Episode 4)


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                Changes both inside and outside the lab's EM Field shake the team to its core. When Roz proposes a rescue mission, Dr. Samay must remind her of much larger priorities: disseminating his cure for the pandemic before its too late. Watch the next episode @ http://vimeo.com/47341650 Watch the series @http://www.epiloguetheseries.com

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                • Kennedy and Peace Corps


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                  This is a brief video lecture about the history of the Peace Corps.

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                  • FOUKAULD - BOOK & LTD BOX (OUT NOW)


                    from markus oberndorfer Added 141 0 0

                    Excerpt from Prof. Dr. Inge Marszolek's essay "Looking at Bunker(photos) - Thoughts of a Historian" which is the introduction of my book "FOUKAULD - LA DISPARITION": 22,5 x 28,5 cm, 106 pages, 57 color illustrations reproduced from handprinted analogue C-prints // Fold-out // Linen hardcover embossed // With essays by Inge Marszolek, Wolf Langewitz and Markus Oberndorfer in German, French, Englisch // 2012 // Fotohof edition // ISBN 978-3-902675-71-2 // LTD BOX: FOUKAULD BOX - SET // 1x Signed and numbered book “Foukauld” (see above) // 1x Handprinted, Limited, signed and numbered “Edition-print” // 1x Limited, numbered Blu-ray “Omega Point” // 1x "Omega Point" accompanying booklet with an essay by Lydia Nsiah in German, French, Englisch // October 2012 // Edition: 50 ORDER DETAILS COMING SOON: www.markusoberndorfer.com/foukauld www.fotohof.at

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                    • Flexon History video


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                      We created a discovery/ training video for our friends at Marchon. It is jam-packed with 3D animated, bending eye wear and text animation. Produced by Rosanna Wolff Edited by David Fisher and Tony Aramburu Audio post by Arya Sundar Client side Art Direction by Sandra Vitello

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