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War Hospital [electronic resource]

Shot in cinéma vérité, War Hospital immerses viewers in the sights and sounds of the world's largest field hospital. This documentary depicts the International Committee of the Red Cross caring for victims of the civil war in Sudan - the longest-running conflict in Africa - near the Sudanese border in Lokichoggio, northern Kenya. For the taping of this film, the ICRC allowed filmmakers David Christensen and Damien Lewis unprecedented access to the surgical hospital and local medical staff as they went about their duties, caring for wounded Sudanese soldiers, women, and children. With no narrator and minimal explanation, War Hospital simply and powerfully captures the joy and sadness of life and death. From the beginning glimpses of rebel fighters singing patriotic songs, to the final [...]
Online
2005
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Haiti [electronic resource]: Where Did the Money Go?

After a 7.0 earthquake brutalized Haiti in January of 2010, Americans donated a stunning
Online
2011
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Bill Moyers Journal: Redefining the United States / Santa Ana's Community Health Crusade

Barack Obama was elected on a platform of change, promising a new era of diplomacy and international cooperation. Can President Obama really deliver a new vision of America? In this edition of the Journal, Bill Moyers speaks with Mark Danner, author of Stripping Bare the Body, a moral history of American power over the past quarter century, about Obama’s challenges in changing the mind-set of America from war to peace and redefining the U.S. as a nation. Afterward, the Journal profiles public health doctor America Bracho, who serves her Santa Ana, California, community—notorious for crime, poverty, and disease—with her organization, Latino Health Access. Broadcast date: October 16, 2009. (56 minutes)
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2016; 2009
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Christians Opt-Out of Healthcare: Dan Rather Reports

Dan Rather Reports will examine a little-known exemption in the health care bill allows Christians to opt out of the mandatory coverage and fraud surrounding the B-1visa workers. Presidential science advisor Eric Lander discusses the Human Genome Project as well in this episode.
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2016; 2011