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Bill Moyers Journal: Shelby Steele on Obama / Kathleen Hall Jamieson

Why does race still matter in politics today? In this edition, Bill Moyers gets perspective from Shelby Steele, author of A Bound Man: Why We Are Excited about Obama and Why He Can’t Win and the Robert J. and Marion E. Oster Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Also on the program, the Annenberg Public Policy Center’s Kathleen Hall Jamieson deconstructs word and image to sort spin from reality after the New Hampshire primary. Broadcast date: January 11, 2008. (57 minutes)
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2016; 2008
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Big Noise Dispatches No. 3

Dispatches No. 3 looks at the battle for control of Basra, manmade disaster in New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Chevron/Texaco vs. Ecuador's rainforest, and more.
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2017; 2007
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Bill Moyers Journal: Misleading the Public About Iraq / Race and Gender in the Primaries

In What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture of Deception, former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan charges that the Bush Administration, with the media's help, misled the American public into supporting the invasion of Iraq. In this program, Bill Moyers is joined by award-winning journalists Jonathan Landay and John Walcott and Editor & Publisher's Greg Mitchell to examine issues raised by McClellan's book. Also, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of The Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, and Ron Walters, director of the African American Leadership Center at the University of Maryland, examine how race and gender have played out in the Democratic presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Broadcast dat [...]
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2016; 2008
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Clínica de Migrantes

Filmmaker Maxim Pozdorovkin (HBO’s Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer) shines a well-deserved light on Puentes de Salud, a health-care clinic serving a population that all-too-easily slips through the cracks: undocumented immigrants. Clínica de Migrantes counters the often dehumanizing and highly politicized rhetoric surrounding America’s immigrant population, providing a compassionate profile of patients at Puentes, many of whom have left their families behind to come to America and perform physically exhausting labor for meager wages. Poverty-stricken and without medical insurance, the patients at Puentes often have nowhere else to turn for medical care. In addition to the patients, the film follows the tireless clinic staffers who treat around ten thousand patients each year with limited s [...]
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2017