If you've got a second, could you please suggest any work you
know of that "deals with" projects in which video (or film)
technology was introduced or donated or whatever to "at risk"
communities (not necessarily only in U.S.). Looking for reviews,
investigations, descriptions, etc. of such projects. For now,
let's use THROUGH NAVAHO EYES (1972) as a starting point, and
reach through more recent work, such as AIDS TV.
Thanks very much in advance. Feel free to prevent listserv
clutter by sending directly to me, if you'd like (I'm at
<[log in to unmask]>).
Thanks again.
Jim Wehmeyer
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