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    EcoFarm Conference recordings
    EcoFarm Conference (Ecological Farming Association, 2015)
    The Ecological Farming Association presents the annual EcoFarm Conference each January. As the oldest and largest ecological agricultural gathering in the West, the EcoFarm Conference offers more than 70 workshops featuring an array of educational and technical sessions for farmers, ranchers, distributors, retailers, activists, consumers, students, and educators.
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    Hustwit, Gary; Siegel, Shelby; Geissbuhler, Luke; Swiss Dots (Firm), Veer (Firm); Plexifilm (Firm) (Swiss Dots, Ltd. ; Plexifilm, 2007)
    A documentary about a typeface? When said typeface is a ubiquitous piece of graphic design, yes. Helvetica--a sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 at the Haas Foundry in Munchenstein, Switzerland--has partisans and detractors, a great number of them graphic designers and theorists, who express their opinions on the famous font. It is seen as neutral and efficient, concise yet inexpressive, purposeful yet not caustic, utilitarian and unembellished, or as frustratingly familiar, perfectly subliminal, or as the typeface of socialism. From storefronts, street signs, product packaging, government forms, and advertisements, it is almost guaranteed that after viewing, you will be scanning the world examining Helvetica's continuing impact.
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    Chisholm '72 : unbought & unbossed
    Lynch, Shola; Sissel, Sandi; Lantern Lane Entertainment (Firm), REALside (Firm); American Documentary, Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) Inc.; National Black Programming Consortium., Independent Television Service.; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc. (20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2004)
    This documentary follows the 1972 campaign waged by Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American woman to run for a major party's nomination for United States President. Chisholm first made her mark on American political history when, in 1968, she became the first African-American woman elected to Congress, representing New York.