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Sugar and sorrow in Hispaniola / produced by Sandy Tolan and Alan Weisman ; hosted by Edward James Olmos.

Program Title:
Sugar and sorrow in Hispaniola / produced by Sandy Tolan and Alan Weisman ; hosted by Edward James Olmos.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0729.09
Description: 

Documentary series which traces the changes in lands and cultures in Latin America and the Caribbean since the voyage of Columbus.|SUGAR AND SORROW IN HISPANIOLA / produced by Sandy Tolan and Alan Weisman| hosted by Edward James Olmos. - SERIES: Vanishing homelands : a chronicle of change across the Americas| no. 9 - Documentary series which traces the changes in lands and cultures in Latin America and the Caribbean since the voyage of Columbus. CONTENT: Examines the sub-human conditions faced by Haitian cane cutters in the Dominican Republic, including how the patterns of kidnapping and forced labor (a practice Dominicans say has been halted) continue to the present. - RECORDED: 1992.

Examines the sub-human conditions faced by Haitian cane cutters in the Dominican Republic, including how the patterns of kidnapping and forced labor (a practice Dominicans say has been halted) continue to the present.

Examines the sub-human conditions faced by Haitian cane cutters in the Dominican Republic, including how the patterns of kidnapping and forced labor (a practice Dominicans say has been halted) continue to the present.

Date Recorded on: 
1992.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
1 reel (29 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|29:00
Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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