Films & Other Videos
Films with: Szalat, Alex
- Clara Lemlich a strike leader's diary /
- "On November 22, 1909, New York City garment workers gathered at Cooper Union to discuss pay cuts, unsafe working conditions and other grievances. After two hours of indecisive speeches by male union leaders, a young Jewish woman strode down the aisle and demanded the floor. Speaking in Yiddish, she passionately urged her coworkers to go out on strike. Clara Lemlich, a flegling union organizer, thus launched the 'Uprising of the 20,000', when, two days later, garment workers walked out of shops all over the city"--Container.
- DVD 4864
- Desounen dialogue with death /
- Interviews with Haitians concerning the years of economic and political chaos in Haiti which have led to a mass exodus of Haitians trying to reach the mecca of the United States. Includes interviews with those who remained in Haiti and those who successfully immigrated who are now reluctant to return although they are the ones who have the necessary skills to rebuild their homeland's shattered economy.
- DVD 7097