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Homeland Insecurity
Producer: Third World Newsreel
2001
Color
6 minutes
US
English
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Homeland Insecurity

A recent string of hate crimes in the months following September 11th is set within the historical context of jingoism and nationalism in the United States.
Part of the TWN Call to Media Action.
Screenings
• Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2001
• Anthology Film Archives, New York 2001
• Ocularis, Brooklyn, 2001
• New York Underground Film Festival, 2002
• The Culture Project, New York, 2002
• REEL Sisters, Brooklyn, 2002
• Scribe Video Center, Philadelphia, 2002
• Athens Film Festival, 2002
• Middle East Studies Association Film Festival, 2003
• Reel New York, WNET, 2002
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