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Also looks at the French revolution and its influence on Saint Domingue, a classic example of the sugar and slave plantation complex in the Americas. Over more than a decade the slaves defeated invading armies from France, England, and Spain, but the black leadership eventually turned against itself in a struggle for control of the revolution. A telecourse designed to build understanding of geography by examining eleven regions of the world and their interconnections. DVD X102 Cecy and Camilo are a young Mexican couple with a daughter, Loida. In order to earn money to realize this dream, Cecy and Camilo relocate from their hometown of Santa María to Reynosa, where they can find factory jobs. In this first segment the North American anthropologist explains his personal and professional motives for working with Maya Indians in Yucatan, Mexico. In this second segment the North American anthropologists doing field work in Yucatan, Mexico, consider the family members individually and as a unit in the village as they seek to understand the Mayan view of the world and examine how this view has shaped their society. Contrasts the conflicts between ancient traditions and the attraction of modern urban life when two young boys from the village plead with their parents to let them go to the city. The parents, who initially opposed their going to the city and who were already in debt, are confused and angry. Video/C 1374 An interview in which subcommander Marcos talks about his arrival in the forests of Chiapas, the union between the insurrectional army (EZLN) and the indigenous communities, the different stages of the rebellion and its principal actors, as well as the fall of the communist countries and the future and hopes for the children of Mexico. Original film compiled by Carmen Toscano in 1950 from footage taken by her father. And We Have Flavor: Instrument makers and musicians tell the story of Cuban musical traditions through their experiences, illustrated with footage of live performances. The film discovers huge support for him because he brought Cubans a higher standard of living than that of any other country in the third world. Video/C 5111 Presents unique insights into the Hip-Hop scene in Cuba and the reality of contemporary Cuban politics. DVD 7637 If a single individual may be said to have embodied the development of the Cuban secessionist movement, that person was surely Jose Marti. DVD 3640 A film biography of "the Apostle of Cuban Independence," the Cuban patriot, author, and journalist Jose Marti who was a tireless proponent of Cuba's freedom from Spanish rule. The Cuban government interrogated him for six months in Villa Marista. What is home for a man who never had a sister or brother and whose parents are dead? The central personality in the film is Abel Prieto, the president of UNEAC-the national artists' and writers union. Video/C 4563 View online (UCB users only) Looks back at the memories and experiences of a Cuban family. Backdrop features excerpts from Castro's speeches and Cuban propaganda slogans. Once inserparable, their relationship deteriorated as one sister left for America while the other embraced the Cuban Revolution. Video/C 5416 A documentary following the members of the band Madera Limpia as they explore their hopes and lives. Local identification of the name Lazarus (Lazaro) with the beggar character from a parable in the New Testament and the similarity between that character and the image of the Yoruban deity Babalu-Aye, have blended to create a local deity. Video/C 4342 A program from a bilingual comedy series developed by WPBT-TV to chronicle the adventures of a Cuban-American family in our fast-paced society. The film explores his daily working life as an artist and his eventual return to Cuba after 40 years of living in exile. Presented at the International Latino Film Festival held in the San Francisco Bay Area. Rather than opting for an experienced actress, he feels he needs the freshness and spontaneity of inexperience- someone young with an urge for success. Video/C MM1268 Director Oliver Stone visits seven presidents in five countries in South America to gain some understanding about the political and social ideas and the revolutions, and to clear up how people view them.