Smith, Hedrick., Moros, Joe.Shaffer, Marc. (Eds.) (1999) Hate crimePrinceton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences,MLA Citation
Hate crime [videorecording] /
a production of Hedrick Smith Productions, Inc. in association with South Carolina Educational Television.
|Names:||Smith, Hedrick. | Moros, Joe. | Shaffer, Marc.|
|Published:||Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1999.|
|Topics:||Hate crimes - United States. | Hate crimes - United States - Prevention. | Violence - United States. | Violence - United States - Prevention. | Crime - Sociological aspects - United States. | Crime prevention - United States. | Crime prevention - United States - Citizen participation. | Toleration - Study and teaching. | Arson - South Carolina. | African American churches - South Carolina. | African Americans - Crimes against - South Carolina. | High school students - California - Attitudes. | High school students - California - Interviews. | Racism - South Carolina. | Racism - California. | Documentary television programs. | Ku Klux Klan (1915- ) - South Carolina. | San Clemente High School (San Clemente, Calif.)|
|Regions:||South Carolina - Race relations. | California - Race relations.|
|Physical Description:||1 videocassette (56 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
|More about this Title:||At head of title: Seeking solutions with Hedrick Smith, part 3
|Summary:||Shows two examples of communities that are having some success in solving the problem of hate crimes. In South Carolina after the burning of Afro-American churches, law enforcement officials arrested members of the Ku Klux Klan and one black church filed a lawsuit against the KKK winning a $38 million judgment against the Klan from a racially mixed jury. The second case spotlights a pioneering high school class on tolerance developed by teacher Joe Moros that has changed the social climate at San Clemente High School in California where tensions among whites, Latinos, blacks and Asian-Americans led to brutal violence and killing in the 1990s.
|Performer:||Correspondent, Hedrick Smith.
|Notes:||Videocassette release of films in a television series.
South Carolina Educational Television Network.
Hedrick Smith Productions.
Films for the Humanities (Firm)