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Films with: Koppel, Ted

Image crisis how is the U.S. viewed in the Middle East? /
"Explores how U.S. involvement in Iraq and Israel post-9/11 has affected its image in the Arab world."--Container.
DVD 3480
Koppel on Discovery.
Join Ted Koppel and his team of producers as they take an in-depth look at modern-day China in Koppel: The People's Republic of Capitalism. In the wake of the catastrophic earthquake in Sichuan province and on the eve of the Beijing Olympics, this comprehensive two-disc, four-part series explores America's economic relationship with China as well as capitalism's effect on the Chinese people.
DVD 8376
Last lynching
Explores past incidents of racial violence in the United States and their continuing impact, focusing on Congressman Robert Filner who, as an 18-year-old Freedom Rider, was jailed in Mississippi's Parchman Prison; Florida schoolteacher Lizzie Jenkins whose grandfather witnessed the lynching of five African Americans in 1916; and Congressman Artur Davis who as a law student worked to hold the Ku Klux Klan accountable for a 1981 lynching in Mobile, Alabama. Notes Barack Obama's presidential nomination as a turning point in American history.
DVD 10827
Making a comeback? the fight against recidivism
"This ABC News program illustrates the hurdles and hardships facing paroled felons through the story of one man, a nonviolent offender who, like so many others, is trying to salvage what remains of his life."
DVD 2434
Morrie Schwartz lessons on living /
Journalist Ted Koppel conducted a series of interviews with former Sociology professor Morrie Schwartz during the last year of his life after being diagnosed with ALS. These interviews are among the most requested and discussed over the last 25 years.
DVD 6229
NAFTA and the new economic frontier life along the U.S./Mexico border /
ABC News correspondent Judy Muller reports on the quality of life along the international border between El Paso and Juarez since the implementation of NAFTA. Program concludes with a discussion between Ted Koppel and Fernando Macias, leader of a consortium of American and Mexican officials charged with managing change along this new economic frontier.
DVD 2276
Patriot Act
The USA PATRIOT ACT, designed to defend America from terrorists, is now under fire from both the left and the right. The law is discussed with representatives of the U.S. Dept. of Justice, the ACLU, and others.
DVD 2744
Race on trial
"Reports on the startlingly disparate outcomes of two almost-identical drug-related cases tried one after another in a Boston court. In one case, the juge sentenced an African-American defendant with no prior record to prison time on the insistence of the prosecution. In the other case, the prosecution asked for a sentence of drug rehabilitation as opposed to prison time for a white defendant with prior convictions"--Container.
DVD 3482
Whatever happened to privacy?
Looks at the effect of technology on the right to privacy in America.
DVD 2439