1. James Farmer Lecture 13

    31:29

    from UMW History Added 59 0 0

    In this lecture, James Farmer discusses what he considered to be a major step forward in the civil rights movement. He made a proposal for federal funding for education reform to wipe out illiteracy…

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    • traveltelevision 176

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      from steve friedman Added 0 0 0

      Americorps volunteers are in NJ for working on hurricane Sandy relief www.jerseycares.org An interview with Mark Shriver whose book "A Good Man" reflects on the life of his father, Sargent…

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      • HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY - National Service

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        from Steven Goodman Added

        HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY -- National Service -- Guests: Senator Harris Wofford (D-PA), former Peace Corps Associate Director and Bryn Mawr College President, and Rev. Elisha B. Morris, Internship Coordinator,…

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        • How Washington Really Works: Charlie Peters and the Washington Monthly, a documentary short (30:11)

          30:11

          from normankelley Added 492 0 0

          A film about a man, a magazine and the media, How Washington Really Works is a 30-minute documentary about Charles Peters, the founding editor of the Washington Monthly. It was awarded a $15,000 completion…

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          • My Generation- Maria Shriver on Alzheimer's

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            from Tracey Vail Video Productions Added 44 0 0

            A story I produced with My Generation host Leeza Gibbons about Alzheimer's Disease. Leeza interviews Maria Shriver, whose father Sargent Shriver died of Alzheimer's Disease, as did Leeza's…

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