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Globalization
As neoliberal policies continue to exacerbate poverty, inequality, and environmental degradation, the films in our globalization collection allow viewers to confront the harsh--and often hidden--conditions faced by those on the losing end of the dominant economic paradigm, as well as a framework for analyzing the forces shaping those conditions. They offer an alternative to the mainstream media coverage, reminding us that a different trajectory is not only possible but imperative.
Globalization 16 Titles Page:  1 , 2
MADE IN L.A.
(HECHO EN LOS ANGELES)
70 minutes, 2007, In Spanish and English with bilingual subtitles and 10 other languages
Facilitator Guide Available
A new 2-DVD Toolkit containing the film, 6 new video modules and a detailed discussion guide, all accessible in 12 languages, is now available directly from the filmmakers. For more information, visit  MORE...
MAQUILAPOLIS
(City of Factories)
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 68 minutes, 2006,  English Closed Captions, In Spanish with English subtitles
Facilitator Guide Available
The inspiring story of women workers in Tijuana who, though laboring for poverty wages, still stand up to transnational corporations to win severance pay and to clean up toxic waste sites. MORE...
MAY JUSTICE BE DONE
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 53 minutes, Argentina, United States, 2006, in French and Spanish with English subtitles
By any standard Argentina was a very rich country until the 1970s, with competitive industries, modern agriculture, and a prosperous middle class. By 2001, 21 out of 36 million people were living below the poverty level, and formerly eradicated diseases such as tuberculosis and leprosy reemerged. MORE...
SHADOW OF THE HOLY BOOK
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 52 minute version, 86 minute version and 45 minute DVD extras on one DVD, 2008, In English and Turkmen with English sub-titles
Why are some of the world's biggest international companies translating the Ruhnama, an absurd government propaganda book from Turkmenistan, into their own languages? This high-spirited, political satire exposes the complicity of multinational corporations supporting the dictatorship of oil-and-gas-rich Turkmenistan, one of the world's most egregious violators of human rights. MORE...
THOMAS SANKARA: THE UPRIGHT MAN
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 52 minutes, France, 2006, In French with English subtitles
Thomas Sankara rose to power in Burkina Faso in a popularly supported coup in 1983. To symbolize this rebirth, he renamed his country from the French colonial Upper Volta to Burkina Faso, "Land of Upright Men" and launched the most ambitious program for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. MORE...
WHERE DO YOU STAND? STORIES FROM AN AMERICAN MILL
DVD and DVD + 3-Year Site/Local Streaming, 60 minutes, 2004,  
Facilitator Guide Available
After a quarter century of struggle, mill workers in Kannapolis, North Carolina won the single largest industrial union victory in the history of the South in this Emmy Award Nominated film. MORE...

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