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Eighth Busiversary (1998-1999)

In celebration of completing eight years of the Flying Focus Video Bus, producers stepped forward to introduce clips from their programs made between December 1998 and November 1999. The featured clips come from 20 pieces for the Video Bus and three "Speakers and Events" shows. Topics include three shows about the sanctions on Iraq, two about the U.S.' nuclear policies, two about animal rights, one about the U.S./NATO war in Yugoslavia, one about the impact of pop singers the Spice Girls, and quite a few examining the domination of today's world by corporations. Many of these economy-focused programs are from the 1998 and 1999 "End Corporate Dominance" Conferences in Portland touching on the profit-driven motives of the media, the dairy industry, psychiatry, and even Oregon's ballot initiative process. Hear about the shows from producers Dan Handelman, Barb Greene, Sharon Gail, Hyung Nam, PC Peri, Kyle Yamada, Jim Lockhart and Cyndy Chan. Also represented is work by Jayson Long, Andrew Davelis, Yvonne Simmons and many more.

Part 1 (29:54):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 1:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:17: Welcome with Dan Handelman
          SE 93 Economic Sanctions, Disarmament, and US Policy in Iraq
          VB 30.7&8 Dismantling U.S. Sanctions on Iraq
  3. 4:29: VB 30.13 Morality, History, and U.S. Policy in Iraq (Denis Halliday/Phyllis Bennis)
  4. 7:29: Intro with Dan Handelman (for Yvonne Simmons)
          VB 31.5 Bread and Roses: Women Define Globalization
  5. 9:51: Intro with Barb Greene
          VB 31.9&10 Beyond Corporate Dominance
  6. 11:41: VB 31.2 Organizing in Oppressed Communities
          VB 30.5&6 Corporate Psychiatry
  7. 14:56: VB 30.11 Lee Lew Lee at the Independent Media Forum 5/98
  8. 17:33: VB 32.1&2 What the Food Industry Won't Tell You
  9. 21:32: Introduction with Sharon Gail
          VB 31.12 Brian Tokar: End Corporate Dominance
  10. 23:37: VB 33.2&3 Corporate Dominance of the Initiative Process
  11. 25:47: Brief comments with Barb Greene about FFVC
  12. 26:20: Introduction with Hyung Nam
          SE 95 Allan Nairn: The U.S. Role in Suppressing Democracy in Indonesia and East Timor
          & End Credits
You can use these times to find a particular section if you want to jump to a certain portion of the show.

Part 2 (30:02):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 2:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:17: Welcome to Part 2 with PC Peri
          VB 32.9 AT&T/TCI Merger and You
  3. 4:55: Introduction with Barb Greene
          VB 29.12 Farm Sanctuary
  4. 6:44: VB 33.4&5 You Bet They Die (Greyhound Racing)
  5. 8:22: Intro with Barb (for Yvonne Simmons)
          VB 30.1 SOS Sarajevo: War Affects Animals, Too
  6. 12:33: Intro with Barb
          VB 32.6&7 What Lesbians Have Done for America
  7. 15:03: Introduction with Kyle Yamada
          VB 33.1 Atomic Legacy: Hiroshima Day '99
  8. 17:52: Intro with Dan and Jim Lockhart
          VB 32.4 Hiroshima Day '98: Take Action!
  9. 20:34: SE 94 Jim Hightower: You Want Class War? with Angels: The Next Generation
  10. 21:15: Intro with Dan
          VB 31.7 Defense Against the Media War on Yugoslavia
  11. 23:32: Intro with Dan (for Jayson Long)
          VB 32.11&12 Jose Ramos Horta: East Timor's Peace Ambassador
  12. 25:26: Introduction with Cyndy Chan
          VB 30.3 Cyndi's Spice World
  13. 28:07: Summary with Cyndy Chan & End Credits
You can use these times to find a particular section if you want to jump to a certain portion of the show.

The two-part show (VB #33.08&09) is available for a donation of $11 (DVD/VHS) plus $4 postage and is streaming on line at our full Restrospectives You Tube channel. .

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