Self-Help Productions (1973)

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Portable Channel
Self-Help Productions
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1973-01-01
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video
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Documentary , Video , Public Access Television , Portable Channel , Videotape , Early Video , Social Justice , Activism
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[Original caption] Produced by a black media group with assistance from Portable Channel, this program illustrates the use of video as a cultural exchange. In its look at two local black organizations, it presents a casual and revealing perspective that would be difficult if not impossible for a non-black outsider to perceive and document. “Monroe County Community Organizers” features scenes from the People’s Club, People’s Liquor Store, and Youth Federation run by the non-profit corporation to provide economic stability for its service programs in the poor community; the Haiti Afro-American Cultural Center features art and music. First broadcast on WXXI-TV, Rochester, New York in October 1973
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