Making Contact

Making Contact – February 23, 2007

In 1971, a San Francisco police officer was killed. Black Panther members were arrested and tortured, then charges were dismissed. In 2005 the case was re-opened, and some of the men re-arrested. In this special documentary from the Freedom Archives, we hear from some of the accused men themselves.


Making Contact

Making Contact – February 16, 2007

New Orleans Now: Can Art Help Heal a Broken City? Street art among the ruins. Take a tour with us through the streets and landscapes of New Orleans as we discover creative art displays that reflect the city’s deep cultural roots, the troubled times it faces, and the sense of hope being nurtured in the … Continued


Making Contact

Making Contact – January 26, 2007

Civil War in Burma, Karen Women in Exile Burma is a country torn apart by civil war, and run by one of the strictest military juntas in the world. The Karen tribe, Burma’s largest ethnic minority, say they will not surrender until there is peace and a separate state for their people. Producer Jack Chance … Continued