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|}<center>"A Wind Is Rising: Michigan Home for the Retarded" was a nineteen minute video filmed by local Flint Michigan station WJRT in 1962 and was a winner of a Peabody Award. The film discuses [[Lapeer State Home|the institution]], what it did, and its need for more resources.</center></div>
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|}<center>The following fifteen minute video documentary, created by SBS Dateline, is about [[Hart Island|New York City's Hart island]], the history of the structures on it, and its massive potters field where over 700,000 people have been buried since 1868. It also features a few women who have worked to visit their still born children buried on the island. How these women and others have been working to get the island more accessible to those who want to visit the grave site. </center></div>
 
<div style align=right>[[:Category:Articles With Videos|Other Articles With Videos]], [[Main Page/Future Featured Nominations|Future Featured Videos]].
 
<div style align=right>[[:Category:Articles With Videos|Other Articles With Videos]], [[Main Page/Future Featured Nominations|Future Featured Videos]].
 
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Latest revision as of 05:03, 16 February 2020

Featured Video

The following fifteen minute video documentary, created by SBS Dateline, is about New York City's Hart island, the history of the structures on it, and its massive potters field where over 700,000 people have been buried since 1868. It also features a few women who have worked to visit their still born children buried on the island. How these women and others have been working to get the island more accessible to those who want to visit the grave site.