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Forgotten History: The Ludlow Massacre & the PR Machine

The 108th anniversary of this event just happened last month. Always feels strange how a century can go by and little details slip through the cracks, forgotten...

Drugs as Weapons Against Us: The CIA War on Musicians and Activists

Evidence supports that the CIA manipulated musicians and activists to promote drugs for social control, particularly regarding the Civil Rights and anti-war movements. Some musicians that resisted these manipulations were killed.

The Road to Manzanar: The Story of an American Internment Camp

I put together this documentary on the Manzanar War Relocation Center in California — one of ten interment camps the Army used to house Japanese-Americans without charge or trial after the bombing of Pearl Harbor during WWII. We happened to pass by it off the side of the road during a filming road trip back in 2020 prior to the lockdowns and when I saw the guard tower at the entrance to a national park, I had no idea what it was.

Despite having earned a master's degree, I had never been taught about the history of Japanese-American internment in school, and that includes two university level American history classes, one of which specifically covered WWII supposedly in-depth. I wouldn't learn about it until years later during my own history research. Why wasn't this history ever taught?

The reason this dark lesson in America's history is so important to face is so that human rights violations like this one are never allowed to happen again.

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