Spies of Mississippi, TV review
PBS report probes revelations on how a Mississippi espionage program targeted the civil rights movement.
— New York Daily News
Review: Spies of Mississippi: Espionage in the heart of Dixie
The PBS film Spies of Mississippi explores a state-sanctioned secret spy agency's efforts to preserve segregation and its links to violence and murder in the civil rights era.
— Los Angeles Times
State-Sanctioned Snooping to Keep Progress at Bay
Peer into the history of the South, and it’s not hard to find things that once might have seemed acceptable to many people but today register as appalling. Spies of Mississippi is such an exploration, one with an especially clear parallel to today.
— New York Times
Ali's Greatest Fight Was Outside the Ring
The Trials of Muhammad Ali, directed by Bill Siegel, follows the boxing legend's involvement in the Nation of Islam and his battle with the U.S. government over his refusal to serve in the military during the Vietnam War.
The Kathleen Dunn Show-Spies of Mississippi
Kathleen is joined by author Rick Bowers on his book and now documentary, The Spies of Mississippi. The film tells the story of a secret spy agency formed by the state of Mississippi to preserve segregation and maintain “the Mississippi way of life,” white supremacy, during the 1950s and ‘60s. The documentary is airing next week on Public Television stations across the country. (Radio Interview)
— Wisconsin Public Radio
PBS airs new documentary looking at the State of Arizona since passage of SB1070
A new documentary premiering tonight, January 27, 2014, shines a spotlight on one of the most notorious immigration bills passed in the country, Arizona’s SB 1070. (Video)
— Latina Lista
“Show Me Your Papers!” – PBS Takes on The State of Arizona Immigration Law
Immigration reform – as well as opposition to it – is at the heart of Arizona’s controversial “show me your papers” law, and the documentary The State of Arizona which airs Monday on PBS tackles this head-on.
The State Of Arizona: A Microscope On The Immigration Debate (Radio Interview)
When filmmakers Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tambini arrived in Arizona in 2011 to shoot a documentary about the fierce battles over immigration happening in the state, they found a lot of angry people.
— Latino USA
PBS Sets Up Minority Journalists to Complain Jayson Blair Scandal 'Wounded Newsroom Diversity'
A forthcoming PBS documentary reviewing the Jayson Blair plagiarism scandal at The New York Times will feature the Latina reporter who exposed Blair to complain that the scandal that followed “gave people permission” to stop focusing on newsroom diversity.
New Documentary Shines The Light On SB 1070Radio interview
This complex story, told from the different perspectives of many Arizonans, is featured in the new documentary, The State of Arizona.
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