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Passionate politics the life and work of Charlotte Bunch /
"Brings Charlotte [Bunch]'s story to life, from idealistic young civil rights organizer, to lesbian feminist activist to internationally recognized leader. Charlotte's story is told by women from Asia, Africa, South America and the Caribbean who have worked with her to put women's rights on the global human rights agenda. Interwoven throughout the film are excerpts from Charlotte's personal letters that illuminate her determination to create a more just world"--Container.
DVD 9125
Peace has no borders
During the Iraq and Afghan Wars, veterans from the United States crossed the border to Canada seeking relief and refuge from serving in what they viewed as an unjust and immoral war. PEACE HAS NO BORDERS follows the struggles of a group of these resisters caught between two countries as they struggle to remain in an increasingly conservative Canada. Today, little is heard from veterans who made a stand when the wars were raging. PEACE HAS NO BORDERS gives voice to the story of Iraq and Afghan veterans who found themselves in an ethical and moral quagmire while serving. It is the story of their efforts to seek refuge and of the people who supported them when they arrived in Canada.
DVD 12631