[Videolib] Re: Eminent domain and US housing policy

deg farrelly (deg.farrelly@asu.edu)
Thu, 01 Jun 2006 13:12:41 -0700

Here are a couple suggestions:

TITLE The G.I. bill [videorecording] : the law that changed America /
WNET ; Film Odyssey ; produced, written, directed by Karen
IMPRINT [Alexandria, VA] : PBS Video, c1997.
DESCRIPT 1 videocassette (56 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2
NOTE Music, Peter Rodgers Melnick; editor, Mark Muheim; narrator,
Cliff Robertson.
NOTE "Chronicles the history and impact of the famous bill that
guaranteed education, housing and business loans to the 16
million Americans who served in World War II. Viewers hear
stories from some of the GIs who were helped by the bill,
including Harry Belafonte, Art Buchwald, Nobel Prize Laureate
Martin Perl, NASA engineer Dan Herman, historian William
Leuchtenburg, former Senator Bob Dole and economist Anrew
Brimmer". Includes public performance rights.

TITLE Building the American dream [videorecording] : Levittown, NY /
writer/producer, Stewart Bird ; a production of Hofstra
IMPRINT [New York?] : Cinema Guild, c1994.
DESCRIPT 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2
NOTE Editor, Paul Caliguri ; narrator, Steve Powers.
NOTE Discusses the history of the housing development Levittown, New
York. This was the first suburb and was made up of the first
tract houses. Includes public performance rights.

TITLE Delivered vacant [videorecording] / Island Pictures ; produced,
directed, photographed and edited by Nora Jacobson.
IMPRINT [New York] : Cinema Guild, c1992.
DESCRIPT 1 videocassette (118 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.

NOTE Documents the struggles in Hoboken, New Jersey, between
advocates for maintaining low and middle income affordable
housing and developers aiming at more profitable buyers of
luxury condominiums. Beginning in the 1980's, tenants faced
losing their homes in often run-down buildings and formed
associations to influence the mayor, city council, and state
legislature as the process of gentrification transformed
long-established neighborhoods.
Includes public performance rights.


Chronicle of an American Suburb
Berkeley Media

All for the Taking 21st century Urban Renewal
Berkeley Media

deg farrelly, Associate Librarian
Arizona State University at the West campus
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Email:  deg.farrelly@asu.edu

> From: Gail Fedak <gfedak@mtsu.edu> > Reply-To: <videolib@lists.berkeley.edu> > Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 13:43:57 -0500 > To: videolib <videolib@lists.berkeley.edu> > Subject: [Videolib] Eminent domain and US housing policy > > Good afternoon, > I have a faculty member looking for current documentary material on eminent > domain, US housing policy after WWII, community development after 1980, and > the development/impact of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Federal National > Mortgage Association, Housing and Urban Development, and/or Section 8. I > have come up with a few leads, but nothing that seems to be suitable for one > class period. I've found several topics from C-SPAN and other programs about > legal guidelines and implications, but nothing that is recent enough to be > useful or concise enough to leave room for discussion within a single class > period. He's approaching these topics from a social work and public policy > perspective. Any leads will be appreciated. > Thanks in advance, > Gail > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > Gail B. Fedak, Manager > Instructional Media Resources > Middle Tennessee State University

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