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Cuba, Libre? - Pt2 - Voices of the Present

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Part 1 of "Cuba, Libre?" showed Cuba as an exotic tourist destinations for Americans during the decades before the revolution led by Fidel Castro in the late 1950s ultimately resulted in the severing of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States.

In part 2 of the documentary, five travel writers describe how Cuba changed from the early 1990s when, after the demise of Cuba's financial benefactor, the government of Fidel Castro began to look to tourism to bolster the country's sagging economy and American tourists began to visit the island once again.

Cuba, Libre? - Pt1 - Voices of the Past

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Part 1 of "Cuba, Libre?" shows Cuba as an glamorous tropical tourist destination in the years before Fidel Castro led a revolution that ousted the government of Fulgencio Batista which had been favorable to the U.S., and replaced it with a Communist government that was allied with America's nemesis, the Soviet Union.

This first half of the documentary also includes archival footage from the Castro revolution, the break in U.S.-Cuba diplomatic relations, the aborted Bay of Pigs invasion of the island nation, and the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.

Rethink Afghanistan

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Filmmaker Robert Greenwald (Outfoxed) carefully examines the war in Afghanistan, raising challenging questions about the destabilization of Pakistan, U.S. troop escalation, ballooning military costs, civilian casualties and much more. Through fascinating interviews with Afghans, veterans, reporters, ex-CIA agents and foreign-policy experts, Greenwald's incisive documentary urges an immediate de-escalation of the conflict.

Woman by Woman - New Hope for the Villages of India

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WOMAN by WOMAN: New Hope for the Villages of India documents the story of progressive change for women in some of the least developed villages of India. Vivid images portray the humanity of the people, the beauty of the countryside, as well as the poignant toll of centuries of poverty. In the film we meet women who are coming out of seclusion in order to serve in their communities.

2014 Iowa Ren Faire Highlights

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A look at the Renaissance Faire held in Amana, Iowa May 24th-26th, 2014. Clips of costumes, royalty, jousting, bad Shakespeare and even a mermaid take up 26 minutes of good family fun with celtic folk music included. It also includes a few hints and tips for people on how to enjoy the Ren Faire the most.