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The Arts Lab Movement was created by Jim Haynes in 182 Drury Lane, London. Studs Terkel interviews Kelly Swenson.
The Arts Lab Movement was created by Jim Haynes in 182 Drury Lane, London. Studs Terkel interviews Kelly Swenson and the kids.
Studs interviews Peter Davies author of "The Truth About Kent State: A Challenge to the American Conscience" and Barry Levine, a student at Kent State at the time of the massacre. They discuss the Kent State shootings by the National Guard May 04, 1970.
Teacher Sally Heyneman and parent Janette Pankow discuss the STEP (School for the Treatment of Emotional Problems). Heyneman is a teacher at the STEP school in South Shore and Pankow's son, Tony, is a student there. A brief audio clip from a previous interview with Heyneman and Alice Jerome discussing the STEP school in 1970 is played at (00:23:00).
Discussing "Cadbury tales," about teacher Vivian Cadbury, with students from Lane Technical High School in Chicago.
Studs speaks to actress Peggy Nelson, playwright Arnaud d'Usseau, and student Olivier Bernier while he is in France. [Part 2 includes Yves Montand.]
Terkel comments and delivers Francis Parker high school commencement address
Educators Orletta Ryan and Mary Frances Greene, and school children Karen and Lucille talk about their approaches to teaching, fighting in school, and expectations for learning.
Educators Orletta Ryan and Mary Frances Greene, along with school children Karen and Lucille speak to the different experiences they have in their roles at school; part 2.
Studs Terkel interview with James Cameron, Brittish journalist. They discuss a variety of topics with politics and young people's attitudes the majority of the interview. This interview is done in Chicago, while the other three parts were done at Lewis and Clark College.
Studs interview with Dorothy and Frank Koehl about the time they spent doing research in China with the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars. The interview starts with workers singing followed by a short musical from an Asian flute. They discuss the change in China's politics and society after the revolution. Specific topics in the interview include education, women's liberation, the arts, and medical care in China with some comparisons to Korea.