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Jul 12 2018

Without Due Process

Published by under Audio,Culture

In 1982–1983, when Haitian “boat people” were surviving treacherous seas only to be incarcerated when they reached U.S. shores, Adi Gevins and I produced a documentary* about then-current U.S. immigration policy, and the parallels to the World War II internment of Japanese-Americans. In 1982, it was the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS); now, it’s Immigration […]

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Dec 31 2011

Out with the Old, In with the New

Published by under Culture,Travel

I forgot to post this last night. It’s a little video I compiled of a sight I encountered on my walk home. I was enchanted by the contrast between setting and action. Note the volcano in the background at the beginning. [Click three times to start.] [flashvideo filename=wp-content/video/guate_break.flv image=wp-content/video/guate_break.jpg /]

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Sep 04 2011

Mr. Charles

You know what my mother said when I was in Delaware? (As you might recall, she is the one who observed, “Even chickens have pecking orders.”) “It is the youth of the evening right now, but come morning, that will no longer be true.” Now you know where I get my brilliance from. Here are […]

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