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Host Barbara Barrow-Murray chairs a discussion between Evelyn Lee, Consuelo Gonzalez-Thornell, Renee Harriston, Ledith Lugo, Renae Scott, and Barbara Bullette, about how women are changing their attitudes about themselves, and how that attitude change can be a determining factor when they ever become victims of violence. Topics include rape, verbal and physical abuse (including spousal), reactions to abuse from the police, and self-protection. Barbara Barrow-Murray talks about the everyday politeness we show to strangers that can be used against women when they are attacked.
Date Created
11/16/1979
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Video
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Say Brother / Violence on Women
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resource_link res="MLA001095">Panel discussion on violence against women Program focuses on the sexual victimization, harassment, and abuse of women. Program stems from a series of brutal rapes and murders perpetrated against women in Boston that generated a storm of public protest and the women's rally that followed... more
Date Created
11/16/1979
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Say Brother / Violence on Women
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Program consists of a number of magazine-style segments, including a Stephen Curwood interview with Daniel Campbell (of Prison Reform Organization) and Mackie MacLeod (of Family and Friends of Prisoners) on the state of correctional institutions in Massachusetts; an "Open Platform" debate moderated by Melvin Moore on prisoner classification and whether or not it has merit (with debaters Tom Sellers, Deputy Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Corrections, and Dave Collins... more
Date Created
12/16/1977
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Say Brother / Prison Reforms
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"Borders" begins with a short dramatic piece that introduces the issues of complicity, resistance, and boundaries. This work continues to investigate these themes in the style of a documentary. In the prologue, actor Steve Buscemi plays Ted, a young scientist who goes to work at a large scientific research facility. Here he develops ideas that, much to the dismay and rebuff of his jealous fellow researchers who gather around a vending machine, are embraced by his supervisors... more
Date Created
1989
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New Television / New Television
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%; that the school has opened peacefully this year. Baumeister reports that the pairing of Hyde Park High School with Stonehill College and the First National Bank of Boston led to the creation of Student Leadership Teams to deal with racial tension. Judy Stoia interviews Renee Burke (student, Hyde Park
Date Created
09/09/1975
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Log
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Evening Compass, The / Evening Compass broadcast
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%; that the school has opened peacefully this year. Baumeister reports that the pairing of Hyde Park High School with Stonehill College and the First National Bank of Boston led to the creation of Student Leadership Teams to deal with racial tension. Judy Stoia interviews Renee Burke (student, Hyde Park
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Leona Pleas talks about busing in Boston
Date Created
09/09/1975
Media
Video, Log
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Evening Compass, The / Evening Compass broadcast
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" with "I'll Coming Running Back To You". That was Sam's second hit. I recorded, I did that second hit. We took this little audition piece of tape and then had Rene Hall come and duplicate the guitar sound and we duplicated every sound
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Interview with Sonny Bono [Part 3 of 4]
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Video, Transcript
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Rock and Roll / In The Groove
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"A boisterous, slapstick [dance] performance video, characteristic of television's "˜Laugh In.'" -- WGBH press release

In this fast-paced work, three women and three men perform frantic gestures. Occasionally, they break into speech. "I see evil up on the hill," one of them proclaims, and is later contradicted with, "I see virtue up on the hill." Though often seated, the group rises to point in innumerable directions with large yellow arrows... more
Date Created
1989
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New Television / New Television
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This episode of "New Television," dedicated to modern dance, features "Cross Body Ride" by Jeff McMahon, "To Dancers" by Bridget Murnane, and "Hazardous Hootenanny" by Charles Moulton.

In Jeff McMahon's "Cross Body Ride" two male dancers perform spirited partnering phrases set against the ocean in Venezuela... more
Date Created
1989
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New Television / New Television
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Program focuses on the escalating cost of oil and the hardships faced by limited-income families trying to keep warm... more
Date Created
10/19/1979
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Say Brother / Button Up Your Overcoat [Part 1 of 2]