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Twenty-First Busiversary (2011-2012)
Civil liberties, gentrification, women surviving homelessness, food health
and mental health, and foreign affairs take front and center on the
"Busiversary," Flying Focus' annual retrospective sharing clips from the
2011-2012 season of the Flying Focus Video Bus.
Looking back at excerpts from 12 shows (made up of 24 half-hour episodes),
FFVC's volunteer producers come out from behind the cameras to explain why
they feel the information in these shows is so important.
The Busiversary was compiled by Flying Focus founding member Dan
Handelman, with clips from Dan, Barb Greene and Mike Brown. PC Peri, field
footage coordinator (who was also a founding member), appears to talk
about the 9 shows he taped or helped tape for the group. The studio
introductions were once again directed by longtime FFVC member Moss Drake.
Videographer Jim Lockhart appears on the introduction for "US Policies
after 10 Years in Afghanistan," while Allen Evans, who served as floor
director in the studio, taped three of this year's shows.
Other specific show topics include internment of Japanese Americans in
World War II, police accountability issues, questioning conventional
wisdom about dairy products, alternatives to psychiatric drugging, and
making the world a peaceful and nuclear free place.
The Video Bus has been running weekly since November 18, 1991.
Part 1 (28:15):
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