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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anthony M Kennedy; Linda Ellerbee; Molly Yard; Louis Farrakhan; Jesse Helms; Carol Moseley-Braun; Dianne Feinstein; Howell Heflin; C-SPAN (Television network); Public Affairs Video Archives.
|Notes:||Title and date (8/2/93)--from cassette label.
Logo screen separates each segment.
No public performance rights.
|Credits:||No technical credits.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (32 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||Justice Kennedy's stories, 9/12/92 (7 minutes) --
Linda Ellerbee remarks, 4/11/89 (4 minutes) --
Molly Yard testifies on Judge Souter's confirmation, 9/23/90, followed by an exchange with Senator Simpson, 1/9/90 (9 minutes) --
Louis Farrakhan speeches, 4/12/92 and 7/25/93 (7 minutes) --
Senate debate on the Daughters of the Confederacy, 7/25/93 (5 minutes).
Justice Anthony Kennedy addresses the American Bar Association about how to collect data and present arguments in a way that gives a sense of "voice" and continues to resonate in the future. Linda Ellerbee speaks at Vanderbilt about the status of women: "Feminism means equality between women and men -- and that is all it means."
Molly Yard expresses concern for minority rights and for the possible overturn of Roe vs. Wade. Louis Farrakhan believes that Blacks should emulate Jews in cultural unity and in using group cohesiveness and self-help to improve their economic situation.
Senator Jesse Helms speaks on behalf of the Daughters of the Confederacy. Senator Carol Moseley-Braun objects. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Howell Heflin support her.
- Legal composition.
- Feminism -- United States.
- Equality -- United States.
- Abortion -- Law and legislation -- United States.
- Women's rights -- United States.
- Jews -- Identity.
- African Americans -- Economic conditions.
- Public speaking -- Audio-visual aids.
- Racism -- United States.
- United States -- Race relations.
- Daughters of the Confederacy.