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Winter Baseball Clinics

Baseball coaching clinics for youth baseball coaches. Six episodes.

Wintry Water

Snow falls as Oregon's second highest waterfall, Salt Creek Falls, plunges steeply through the wintry landscape of the Cascade Mountains near Willamette Pass.

Woman by Woman - New Hope for the Villages of India

WOMAN by WOMAN: New Hope for the Villages of India documents the story of progressive change for women in some of the least developed villages of India. Vivid images portray the humanity of the people, the beauty of the countryside, as well as the poignant toll of centuries of poverty. In the film we meet women who are coming out of seclusion in order to serve in their communities.

We also meet individuals who support these efforts - a woman who teaches village women to become family planning counselors; a village husband who works side-by-side with his wife, in a culture which is traditionally male-dominated; a mother-in-law who encourages her daughter-in-law to advance in the community rather than seclude herself in the house. (28 min)

Women Who Lead

One-on-one interviews with a wide variety of powerful women who explain their road to the top. Hosted by pastor and former television journalist and manager Dr. Ruth Ollison.

Workers Rights Under Attack in Maine

"Worker Rights Under Attack in Maine" is an hour-long show produced by the Western Maine Labor Council about the pending legislation, The Employee Free Choice Act. It is a one-time show about this legislation and was produced by Matt Beck of the Southern Maine Labor Council in cahoots with Great Falls Community Television and South Portland Community Television.

World Affairs Council of Inland Southern California

"World Affairs Council" Is a series of public lectures on international affairs. The World Affairs Council is a national organization and the Inland council operates under the auspices of Riverside Community College. These lectures are provided free of charge to all students and create valuable enrichment for GATE, AP, And IB students.

WORLD PEACE is a Local Issue

"WORLD PEACE is a Local Issue" opens with these words: "In a democracy, the most important office is that of the private citizen." Justice Louis Brandeis. The film documents how local efforts can impact national issues.

The story begins in 1983 showing actions, worldwide, toward reining in escalation of the nuclear arms race. In a suburban community, 300 people show up, petitioning their City Council to pass a Nuclear Freeze. Their impassioned pleas overcome Council resistance, resulting in a Freeze Resolution! Highlights include statements from Paul Newman, Senator Edward Kennedy and Senator Ed Markey, who introduced the original Freeze Resolution to Congress.

Today, thirty years later, with the nuclear issue still relevant, we watch Markey re-introduce similar legislation: the SANE Act (Smarter Approach to Nuclear Expenditures).

World War II - A Series Hosted by Robert Kopper

In "World War II, A Series Hosted by Robert Kopper," we get a glimpse of those times by watching interviews of WWII service personnel, examining personal memorabilia and one-of-a-kind photographs, reading letters written home, and listening to stories. The initial episodes feature Night Torpedo Squadron 90 Fighter Pilot Robert Roy III now living in Pembroke, Massachusetts.