Distributor:  Kartemquin Films
Length:  28 minutes
Date:  1970
Genre:  Observational
Language:  English
Color/BW:  Black and White
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Hum 255

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Two women, expelled a year earlier during a student strike at the University of Chicago, confront students about their convictions and how far they are willing to go to defend their values.

Hum 255

In 1968, striking students at the University of Chicago occupied an administration building. A year later, two expelled young women were asked by their former classmates to talk about the experience as a class project. The women confront the students about their convictions and how far they are willing to go to defend their values.

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Kartemquin Films

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Education
Citizenship, Social Movements and Activism
The 1960s and Vietnam Era
20th Century
Chicago

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Human Rights
Arts
The
Politics
U.S. History
Film History
Documentaries
Social Studies

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Politics; Education; Art/Creativity; Human Rights; "Hum 255"; Kartemquin Films;

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