Cuban cinema classics. Volume 2, Protest

Now: A montage of images from U.S. broadcast news joined with the voice of Lena Horne, is used to create a hard-hitting critique of racism in the U.S. during the 1960s. The song "Now," was banned on many American radio stations.

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Corporate Author: Instituto Cubano de Arte e Industria Cinematográfica.
Other Authors: Stock, Ann Marie.
Alvarez, Santiago, 1919-1998.

Cardenal, Ernesto.

Horne, Lena.

Trujillo, Marisol.

Talavera, Miriam.

Rodriguez, Pepin.
Format: Movie DVD
Language:Spanish
Published:[S.l.] : A.M. Stock, c2003.
Series:Cuban cinema classics ; 2
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Columbia College

Location: Audio Visual Collection 5th Floor

Call Number: VIDEO. 791.43097291 C962pDVD1503
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University of Illinois at Chicago

Location: Daley Library - Circulation/1st floor - Video

Call Number: PN1993.5.C8 C83 2003 v. 2
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