Human Rights Lecture Series Videos

This is a video archival collection of Human Rights Lectures given at SUA Calabasas campus from 1992 to 2002. They are available for check out. Please ask for them at the circulation desk.

Transcripts are available from the library.

Tape #
Date
Title
Lecturer/Speaker
1
10/28/1992
Impact of U.S. handicap legislation, the Doug Heir
2
11/12/1992
Seeds of genocide, the: can it happen again? Dr. Robert Jay Lifton
3
12/5/1992
Civil rights for American ethnic minorities: an historic and future perspective Rosa Parks
4
2/24/1993
Environmental protection and human rights Dr. Timothy Weiskel
5
3/24/1993
Changing roles of women and men, the Dr. Mary Catherine Bateson
6
4/28/1993
Children's rights in an adult society Richard Louv
7
10/7/1993
Ethical model for scientific pursuit in the 21st century, an Dr. Leon Lederman
8
11/10/1993
Role of the media in exposing human rights abuses, the Richard Hottelet
9
2/23/1994
Creative spirit as a force for humanism, the Carlos Fuentes
10
3/23/1994
Talking back to television: the importance of media literacy in our society Elizabeth Thoman
11
10/24/1994
Race matters Dr. Cornel West
12
11/16/1994
Politics of hunger, the Jeremy Rifkin
13
12/8/1994
How solar activity affects life on earth Dr. Sallie Baliunas
14
3/1/1995
Experiences of a Holocaust Survivor: a discussion with Dith Pran on the killing fields of Cambodia Dith Pran
15
3/4/1995
Rebuilding American family values: where we went right - a 50-year perspective Dr. Benjamin Spock
16
3/23/1995
Legacy of Andrei Sakharov, the Dr. Elena Bonner
17
5/3/1995
Civil rights movement: rethinking core myths and biases, the Linda Chavez
18
10/12/1995
Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, the Coretta Scott King
19
11/1/1995
China: the truth behind slave labor Harry Wu
20
2/27/1996
Right to marry for same-sex couples, the: a historical perspective Dr. Walter Williams
21
3/10/1996
New morality in the age of crime, a Dr. James Wilson
22
4/10/1996
Non-violence or non-existence: options for the 21st century Arun Gandhi
23
9/26/1996
Gandhian initiative for human rights and its relevance today, the Dr. N. Radhakrishnan
24
10/29/1996
Passion for justice:the radical militia movement and related organizations, a Morris Dees
25
2/13/1997
Africa's perilous sport: the hunt for Democracy Richard Leakey
26
3/13/1997
Defining a global Women's rights agenda for the 21st century Patricia Ireland
27
10/13/1997
Individual liberties vs. community values: Edwin Meese and Nadine Strossen debate the supreme court's role in interpreting first amendment rights Edwin Meese & Nadine Strossen
29
2/19/1998
Demonization of minority groups, the: genocide and the role of academics in Rewanda Kirsti Lattu
30
3/23/1998
Women-challenging the status quo in politics Hon. Shirley Chisholm
31
4/29/1998
Seven lessons in humanity through stories and poetry Lawson Inada
32
10/20/1998
Human rights education is an Asian export Dr. Richard Pierre Claude
32A
10/20/1998
Introduction to human rights education methodology: a workshop with SUA graduate students and faculty Dr. Richard Pierre Claude
32B
10/20/1998
Human rights education in action: a workshop with the ESL students Dr. Richard Pierre Claude
33
12/10/1998
Human rights, relationships and responsibilities HR Day Symposium
34
12/11/1998
Rights, traditionalism and the universal declaration of human rights HR Day Symposium
35
12/12/1998
Human rights: positive politics in Asia and the Pacific Rim HR Day Symposium
36
3/2/1999
Nazi persecution: then and now Anna Rosmus
37
3/23/1999
International criminal court: a challenge to American foreign policy Panel Discussion
38
4/20/1999
Peacemaking: the power of non-violence Jose Ramos-Horta
39
5/6/1999
Gun control: a constitutional quagmire or much ado about nothing? Sandra S. Froman and Josh Sugarmann
40A
12/2/1999
Towards a society for all ages (session 1 and 2) HR Day Symposium
40B
12/2/1999
Towards a society for all ages (session 3 and closing) HR Day Symposium
41
2/23/2000
Race and rights in the new millennium Julian Bond
42
03/33/2000
Human cloning: a debate Gregory Pence and Nigel Cameron
43
10/26/2000
Peace is in our hands Zedar E. Broadous, Stephanie Graham, and Nancy Volpert
44
2/28/2001
Education and personal responsibility M. Joycelyn Elders
45
4/24/2001
Death penalty, the: a debate Peter Kossoris and Elisabeth Semel
46
11/14/2001
Youth racism and hate crimes: effective remedies and ethical recourses Zedar Broadous, Laura Atoian, Lester Garcia, Tessa Hicks, Raul Morales, and Terri Villa-McDowell
47
10/30/2002
Media and human rights, the Joe McGinniss