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Chronicle of Hope: Nicaragua
Producer: Third World Newsreel
1985
Color
50 minutes
US/Nicaragua

Chronicle of Hope: Nicaragua

Narrated by American documentary filmmaker Emile de Antonio, this is an intimate look at a journey made by ordinary Americans to provide humanitarian aid to Nicaragua during the U.S.- sponsored contra war and economic embargo. A concerned group collected fifty tons of medical supplies from churches, human and went by ship with the supplies to Nicaragua's East Coast. Once there, they traveled to the interior, where local farmers, doctors and teachers revealed the crucial changes being made by the Sandinistas in health care, education, farming and the treatment of Miskito Indians.
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