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Windhorse

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Three young Tibetan children witness their grandfather's murder at the hands of the Chinese and grow up to learn the many ways the Chinese government exerts its influence on their lives.
DVD
2005
Clemons (Stacks)
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A Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in America

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This video tells the story of America's battle against polio. Polio came to America in 1916 and grew into epidemics of the 1940's and 50's when the disease crippled tens of thousands of children every summer. An archive of 3000 films and 5000 photographs was used to portray this study.
VHS
1998
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Horses

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VHS
2000
Special Collections
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Writers

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VHS
2000
Special Collections
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The Grand Generation

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From Academy Award winner Paul Wagner comes this warm portrait of six elderly Americans whose vigor belies their age. Three are folk artists, one a baker, one a political activist, and one a bayman on the Chesapeake. Though they remember the past, they still relish the present and life it fully. Rosina Tucker, a 102-year-old African American, was a union organizer and civil rights activist. Rosina is still engaged in these causes and her face lights up as she recites the poetry that inspired her. Alex Kellam knows how to navigate in fifty-mile gales and knows where to find the best crabs. He considers himself as professional as any doctor or lawyer, only his education came from the sea. Moishe Sacks recalls his pleasure as a baker with his hands an extension of the dough he kneaded. [...]
Online
1994
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A Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in America

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This Program follows the battle against polio from the first epidemic in 1916 to Dr. Salk's vaccine in 1955.
DVD
2005; 1998
Clemons (Stacks)