Autobiography

Connecting During Crisis by Tim Erikson

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Tim Erickson – Connecting During Crisis

A father from St. Paul, Minnesota explains how he turned to an online discussion forum to connect to his community, and how he learned the power of online forums to link people to information and to each other in times of crisis.

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http://informationstories.org

Ambos Lados Both Sides by Martin Macias Jr

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Martin Macias, Jr. – Ambos Lados: Both Sides

A young Latino radio reporter and organizer from Chicago explains how he learned what it takes to really hear his own community.

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http://informationstories.org

Lessons of Libby Montana by Gayla Benefield

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Gayla Benefield - Lessons of Libby, Montana

Now in her 60s, a community activist in Libby, Montana describes how her parents' deaths from asbestos-related disease led to her struggle to interest media in reporting on the health and safety issues related to the local vermiculite mine.

See also: Information Stories Collection Description

http://informationstories.org

Information Stories: Introduction - by Peter M Shane

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The law professor who organized "Information Stories" explains how his media-rich youth led him to worry, as an adult, about the news and information needs of local communities.

See also: Information Stories Collection Description

http://informationstories.org

Get the Word Out! - Jack Forbes

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Cecilia Escamilla talks with Professor Jack Forbes, who discusses his career as a Native American activist as well as a poet and teacher.

Produced by DCTV interns.

Director: Mike Meade

Assistant: Steve Brust

Cameras: David Pierce and Judith Plank 

Recorded October 2001.

Martin Luther King Jr's Legacy in Davis

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In 1965, a group from Davis marched with King. They have left a legacy of activism ever since. Lisa Thomas hosts: Terry Turner, Professor of Arts and Humanities, Rev. John Pamperin, Street Minister and Coordinator Davis Community Resource Project, Dick Holdstock, Environmental Consultant and Former City Councilman, and Rev. Timothy Malone, Campus Minister. 

Produced by Tansey Thomas.

Crew: Brian Holsten, Jeff Shaw, Mike Meade, David Korodrau, Stephen Souza, Michael Klupp, Kathleen Stephens, and David Pierce.

Completed 01/11/01.