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Visual / A Joyful Noise is a short documentary about a church created in San Fransciso that highlighted Coltrane not only as a "jazz musician" but as one who was chosen to guide souls to God.

Visual / A Joyful Noise is a short documentary about a church created in San Fransciso that highlighted Coltrane not only as a "jazz musician" but as one who was chosen to guide souls to God.

Visual / Jiří Kylián - Petite Mort is a "visual surprise abound in this tantalizing contemporary ballet, which blends a classical sensibility with a bold, modern wit."

VisualJiří Kylián - Petite Mort is a "visual surprise abound in this tantalizing contemporary ballet, which blends a classical sensibility with a bold, modern wit."

Visual / Bicycle Portraits is a film highlighting a photographic study of South Africans who rely on their bicycles every day, revealing who rides, why they ride, and of course why so few  chose bicycles as a proimary mode of transportaton.

VisualBicycle Portraits is a film highlighting a photographic study of South Africans who rely on their bicycles every day, revealing who rides, why they ride, and of course why so few  chose bicycles as a proimary mode of transportaton.


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Listen / Black Surfing History highlights African American and Mexican descent surfer Nick Gabaldon.

Listen / Black Surfing History highlights African American and Mexican descent surfer Nick Gabaldon.

Listen / Rosa Parks - Quiet Revolutionary offers a unique portrait from Max Easterman of the woman who inspired Martin Luther King and civil rights activism across the world.

Listen / Rosa Parks - Quiet Revolutionary offers a unique portrait from Max Easterman of the woman who inspired Martin Luther King and civil rights activism across the world.

Listen / Alice Walker is a rare pacifica archive reading of Alice Walker in 1978, as a part of the celebration of the life and work of poet Muriel Rukeyser.

Listen / Alice Walker is a rare pacifica archive reading of Alice Walker in 1978, as a part of the celebration of the life and work of poet Muriel Rukeyser.