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Mexican American Studies: Documentaries

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The Walls of Mexico: Art and Architecture

Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, ©1996.
Looks at the wall paintings of some of the most famous Mexican muralists -- Diego Rivera, Juan O'Gorman, José Clemente Orozco -- and at the work of Luis Barragán, the greatest Mexican architect of this century. (56 min.) Media NA2159.B37 W45 1996

Where Did the Colorado Go?

Washington, DC: Public Television Library, ©1974.
Considers the destructive effects of damming and regulation of the Colorado River. Examines the problems resulting from man's alteration of nature and discusses alternative solutions offered by conservation-oriented scientists. (60 min.) Media F788 .W5 1974

Women of Hope: Latinas Abriendo Camino: 12 Ground Breaking Latina Women

Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities [distributor], ©1996.
Uses interviews, news and archival film, music and literature to show prominent Hispanic American women (Latinas) who made a difference. Note In English and Spanish with English subtitles. Interviewees include Julia Alvarez, Sandra Cisneros, Miriam Colón, Antonia Hernández, Dolores Huerta, Tania León, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Adriana Ocampo, Antonia Pantoja, Helen Rodríguez-Trias, Ana Sol Gutiérrez, and Nydia Velázquez. (29 min.) Media E184.S75 W65 1996

World Beat: Great Decisions in Foreign Policy, pt.3: Mexico and the U.S.

Alexandria, VA: PBS Video, ©1988.
Series of programs discussing various problems in foreign relations facing the United States. 8 videocassettes (220 min.) Media E183.7 .W87 1988 pt.3

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