Chamovitz, Sheila. (Eds.) (1987) Skokie, rights or wronga film [Wayne, N.J. : New Day Films,MLA Citation
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Skokie, rights or wrong [videorecording] : a film /
by Sheila Chamovitz.
|Published:||[Wayne, N.J. : New Day Films, c1987]|
|Topics:||Assembly, Right of - Illinois - Skokie. | Freedom of speech - Illinois - Skokie. | Demonstrations - Illinois - Skokie. | Civil rights - Illinois - Skokie. | American Nazi Party.|
|Regions:||Skokie (Ill.) - Social conditions.|
|Physical Description:||1 videodisc (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
|Summary:||Documents the conflict that erupted when the American Nazi Party attempted to march in 1978, in Skokie, Illinois--a community where many Holocaust survivors now live. Through interviews with Nazi leaders, their American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) attorneys, concentration camp survivors and Rev. Jesse Jackson, the film presents a wide range of views on the Nazis' "right" to march in Skokie.
|Notes:||Property of DePaul University Library. Transferred to DVD-R format December 2012, Media Production & Training, DePaul University, Chicago.
New Day Films.