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California Newsreel also offers distinguished and provocative videos - including several Academy Award nominees - addressing other pressing issues. To quickly peruse the titles, click on the topic category that interests you to the right of the page.
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A. PHILIP RANDOLPH: FOR JOBS AND FREEDOM
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 86 minutes, 1996,  
A biography of the labor, activist and pioneer civil rights leader who organized the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters led the fight to desegregate the military and defense industries, and planted the seeds for the 1963 March on Washington. MORE...
AFRO@DIGITAL
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 52 minutes, Congo / France, 2003, in English, French, Jula and Yoruba with English subtitles
Afro@Digital looks at the impact of various digital technologies across a broad swath of present-day African life and asks how the technology is affecting African culture and how it can best serve the interests of Africa and the global South. MORE...
AGENTS OF CHANGE
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 66 minutes, 2016,  Subtitled for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing
This documentary tells the timely and inspiring story of how successful protests for equity and inclusion led to establishing the first Black and Ethnic Studies departments at two very different universities, San Francisco State (1968) and Cornell (1969). MORE...
ARLIT: DEUXIEME PARIS
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 75 minutes, Niger/France, 2004, In French, Bariba, Hausa and Tamashek with English subtitles
Arlit: Deuxieme Paris is a case study in environmental racism set in a uranium mining town in the Sahara desert of Niger. Here European corporations extract nuclear power and profits leaving behind disease, contamination and unemployment. MORE...
AT THE RIVER I STAND
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 56 minutes, 1993
During two eventful months in 1968, what began as a local labor dispute between striking African American sanitation workers and the white power structure of Memphis grew into the devastating tragedy of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a national struggle for racial and economic justice. It marked a turning point in the Civil Rights Movement MORE...
BADDDDD SONIA SANCHEZ
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 91 minutes, 2015,  English SDH
(subtitled for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing)
BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez offers unprecedented access to the life, work and mesmerizing performances of renowned poet, educator and activist Sonia Sanchez who describes herself as “a woman with razor blades between my teeth.” MORE...
THE BELOVED COMMUNITY
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 56 minutes, 2006,  
Facilitator Guide Available
A Chippewa community in a Great Lakes oil town near Detroit is facing a health crisis because of prolonged exposure to toxic chemicals. While the community once enjoyed the highest standard of living in the country, for the past decade miscarriages, reproductive cancers and widespread neurological problems point to the dangers of living near irresponsible corporations. The documentary follows a group of native women who choose to fight against the large corporations for their community’s right to good health. MORE...
BERKELEY IN THE SIXTIES
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 118 minutes, 1990
This now-famous college town came to symbolize the era that shaped a generation and forever changed this country. Interweaving footage and music from the time with insightful recollections from 15 former leading political and cultural activists this remains the outstanding examination of the late 1960s. MORE...
BLACK GOLD
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 77 minutes, 2006,  
Facilitator Guide Available
After oil, coffee is the most actively traded commodity in the world. But for every $2 cup of coffee, a farmer receives only a few pennies. The film traces the tangled trail from the two billion cups of coffee consumed each day back to the coffee farmers who produce the beans. In the process Black Gold provides an in-depth study of the commodity and offers a compelling introduction to the ‘fair trade’ movement galvanizing consumers around the globe. MORE...
BLACK PANTHER / SAN FRANCISCO STATE: ON STRIKE
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 34 minutes, 2 titles on 1 cassette or DVD, 1969
In interviews, Huey P. Newton describes the origins of the Panthers, Minister of Information Eldridge Clear explains their appeal to the Black community and Chairman Bobby Seals explains their 10 Point Program. San Francisco State: On Strike recounts how a student strike succeeded in creating the first Ethnic Studies department on a college campus in America. MORE...

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