Black Colleges in America
From the mid-nineteenth century onward the historically black colleges and universities - collectively known as HBCUs - were the primary educational institutions that afforded African Americans a higher education. Black Colleges in America will explore the compelling stories behind the establishment of many of these institutions, from the ante bellum founding of the first black college in the nineteenth century through the reconstructions and post-reconstruction era.
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Surveillance City In Search of the New Big Brother

Joel Sucher and Steven Fischler update their 1971 classic, Red Squad. More than thirty years later, the sight of a surveillance camera rarely warrants a second glance. In this new production, Pacific Street Films sets out to see if there’s really anyone losing sleep over this “brave new world.”

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From Friends to Foes
Pacific Street Films has partnered with Azadi Films to produce From Friends to Foes, a documentary that takes a new look at Iran-US relations over the past 100 years.

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Jack London  Voyage of the Snark
Who was Jack London? Most people know Jack through his wolf novels -- "Call of the Wild," and "White Fang" -- or Jack, the adventurer, who trod the rough paths of the Klondike in search of gold and adventure. But there's a lot more to the story, and as the famed literary critic, Alfred Kazin, once remarked,

"The greatest story Jack London ever wrote
is the story he lived."

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