1. UW Social Justice in India


    from Christine Mock Added 3 0 0

    by Christine Mock ~I studied abroad in India for two weeks during winter break. These are some of my experiences that show how important the investment in travel is~

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    • Wasn't That Way, Thesis Concert, 1991


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      "Wasn't That Way' at marLene's MA (Antioch University) Thesis Concert held at New College of California, San Francisco, 1991 L-R: Janique Poncelet, vocals; Glen Mont (RIP), guitar: Ann Poncelet, bass: Tom Marken, drums (sitting out this song); marLene, guitar & vocals; Naomi True, percussion; Patty Weinstein, keyboards. Recording and lyrics: http://themarlenes.bandcamp.com/track/wasnt-that-way

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      • Witness to Revolution - Clip


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        This is a clip from the 28-minute documentary, Witness to Revolution, which portrays author and labor activist Anna Louise Strong (1885-1970) who, as a partisan reporter, covered the major political revolutions of the 20th century – Russia, Spain and China. The daughter of a Nebraska minister, Anna Louise Strong earned a Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Chicago. But it was in the Pacific Northwest, where she witnessed the 1916 Everett massacre and chronicled the 1919 Seattle General Strike, that her political vision took shape. In Moscow she helped found the first English language newspaper, in Spain her many visits resulted in her book, Spain in Arms; and in China she interviewed Mao in a Yan’an cave in 1946. She is buried in Beijing in a special cemetery for martyrs of the revolution.

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        • How I Realized I Wasn't Pretty


          from Chandler Esslinger Added 442 0 0

          This is a digital story that I did for my WS 415 class, Media and Diverse Identities at MSUM. It delves into my own issues surrounding body image and how that has impacted my life. I also talk about how the media cultivates these ideas of beauty that perpetuate a culture of body hate and shame that oppresses women as a whole. www.matriarchofthemidwest.wordpress.com

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          • Redefine Pink


            from Amanda K. Lechner Added 58 0 0

            Starring: John Miley Music Credit: "Clear Waters" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Film created for my Gender & Sexuality in New Media course at CU Boulder

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            • Living Thinkers - Harriet Jacobs Attic 1 & 2 Installation Stills


              from roxana walker-canton Added 9 0 0

              This slideshow showcases still photographs from my Installation Projects Living Thinkers - Harriet Jacobs' Attic 1 & 2. The video installations are part of a larger media project, including the documentary Living Thinkers: An Autobiography of a Community of Women, that interrogates the intersection of race, class, and gender in the education narratives of Black women professors. Though it was unlawful for the enslaved to learn to read or write, Harriet Jacobs, an enslaved African woman, learns to read and write before escaping slavery by hiding in her grandmother's attic for seven years and then running away to the North. I use the attic as a metaphor for the space utilized in these installations. The attic, filled with artifacts of memories from black girlhood and black womanhood and projected video, reflects the wholeness of black women's journeys to be educated.

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              • OUTSIDE IN Trailer


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                "Outside In" A Film by Katherine Deutch Tatlock / From the Fanlight Collection at Icarus Films icarusfilms.com/fanlight/outin.html What happens when you lose your ovaries or your libido, your long-time partner or your home, your identity or your hope for a full, long life? Any one such loss would shake you. What about all of them? Diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer at age 42, Dr. Katherine "Kasia" Clark was given 1-2 years to live. Ten years later, OUTSIDE IN reveals her fight to reclaim body and soul, following Kasia from hospital bed to exam rooms and doctor consultations, training for triathlons, making art movies with her mother, and suing the doctors who missed her diagnosis. From the unique point of view of a doctor-turned-patient, Kasia seeks answers to profound questions: "How can I save myself?" "Who can I trust?" "Who am I now?" "How do I choose to live?" "When do I prepare to die?" Through frank discussions with her medical doctors, psychiatrist, physicist father, artist mother, schizophrenic sister, and good friends, Kasia exposes her fears, longings, and hopes. She challenges her body with risky rock climbs, rigorous swims, vertical ski slopes. She speaks in an articulate, angry, and determined voice. She swims and swims. She finds solace in art and nature, vindication in the law, spiritualism in music, and a sense of control in filmmaking and mastering the violin. While relying on evidence-based medical treatment and her own experience as a doctor, Kasia steps out of the box to save her life and redefine her identity, professionally and personally, physically and emotionally, and sexually. She leaves her longtime partner and home in the country to rediscover herself with new people and places, experimenting with mind/body therapies and radical nutritional regimens, always pushing herself physically to solve the mystery of, "How can I be sick if I'm getting stronger?" OUTSIDE IN was filmed over nine years and draws from 170 hours of footage, film clips, home movies, still photos, artwork, and clippings. Enhanced by multi-layered imagery, artistic elements, and a music score as complex as the film's subject, OUTSIDE IN reflects the nature and rhythms of a fascinating individual from the "outside in." Viewers are left with fresh thoughts and feelings about healing, identity, and their own way of life, guided by the wisdom of Henry David Thoreau, "You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment." ★★★"Katherine Deutch Tatlock’s nine-year-project documents one woman’s unique approach to receiving a cancer diagnosis. ...Clark’s take-no-prisoner attitude will surely inspire some viewers...Recommended.”—Video Librarian "In her early forties Dr. Katherine ("Kasia”) Clark, received a diagnosis no woman wants to hear—advanced ovarian cancer. This film project documenting her experiences over the ensuing nine years was undertaken as both a record of the journey to help others as well as a creative form of therapy. That the subject is tough is undeniably true, as demonstrated throughout her fierce struggle to live her life on her own terms, not just as a patient, and certainly not as a victim. She is very frank, however, about the challenges—physical and emotional—of dealing with this insidious and unpredictable cancer. Interspersed with footage of her commentary are interviews with family, friends, doctors and therapists. The fact that Clark is herself a family physician also adds an interesting twist, particularly in her embrace of complementary therapies as a patient. Ultimately this filmed journal plays like a battle between two dogged fighters—Clark and cancer. Although the documentary ends inconclusively, the money is on Clark. —Educational Media Reviews Online "Very powerful...very direct, intimate and personal. It certainly raised my consciousness to certain important patient issues that I was not previously sensitive to as I focus on the much easier issues of providing traditional medical care." —Dr. John Saltzman, Gastroenterologist, Director of Endoscopy Brigham and Women's Hospital "A remarkable film, very truly inspiring. People need to hear [this] story, not only as a personal journey, but also as a cautionary tale." —Andrew Solomon, Author The Stone Boat "A remarkable accomplishment! Kasia is a surrogate for millions of people who have shown heroic resolve and resilience in the face of terrifying experiences and uncertainty." —Deborah L. Levy, PHD, Director Psychology Research Laboratory, McLean Hospital

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                • FEMINISM


                  from Kaja Levy Added 159 0 0

                  I asked friends to respond to a simple question. Unaware of the subject matter until I began recording, participants were prompted into responding spontaneously and instinctively.

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                  • Naked Layers: Radical Disclosure


                    from 1Nmediasalon Added

                    Body, Space, Experience - A black woman's exploration of body image.

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