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...and Justice For Whom?
Producer: Third World Newsreel
2001
Color
11 minutes
US
English

...and Justice For Whom?

Taking up themes of freedom, privacy and policy after the attacks on September 11th, this video looks at how legislation ostensibly geared towards domestic security will affect various communities in the United States and throughout the world.
Part of the TWN Call to Media Action. Following the events of September 11, 2001, Third World Newsreel made a call to media workshop students and other filmmakers to help document people's reactions and concerns as well as the governmental and media activity that had ensued. The result was a collection of short videos that presented a wide range of issues of concern to communities of color and that asked questions largely overlooked in mainstream media at large.
Screenings
• Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2001
• Anthology Film Archives, New York 2001
• Ocularis, Brooklyn, 2001
• New York Underground Film Festival, 2002
• The Culture Project, New York, 2002
• REEL Sisters, Brooklyn, 2002
• Scribe Video Center, Philadelphia, 2002
• Athens Film Festival, 2002
Pricing & Ordering
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Higher Education Institutions DVD Sale $30.00
Higher Education Institutions Life Digital File Sale $60.00
K-12, Public Libraries & Select Groups DVD Sale $30.00
Non-Theatrical/Educational DVD Rental $30.00
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TWN acknowledges that in New York we are on the unceded territory of the Lenni Lenape, Canarsie, Shinecock, and Munsee peoples and challenges the harm that continues to be inflicted upon Indigenous and People of Color communities here and abroad, which is why we all need to be part of the struggle for rights, equality and justice.

TWN is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affarirs, New York Community Trust, Peace Development Fund, Humanities NY and individual donors.