Great-Great Grandfather Knows Best: Who Are the People of America?

A film made in 1953 that explains how the United States came
to be a culturally diverse nation going back to the founding.

The film is not without problems: there is no mention of the
horrors of slavery or the slaughter of indigenous people.

The film was made for children in elementary school who
watched it in an auditorium and returned to their classes
for discussion.

These discussions often included the American Civil War and
America’s struggle to expand the scope and inclusiveness of
civil rights.

This is another film designed to prevent the rise of fascism, which
relies heavily on successfully demonizing immigrants and people
of color.

Published 1953 Usage Public Domain
Found at the Internet Archives

Catching Angels

Catching Angels

Small screen works best with this video.

A Video mash-up made from The Electric Sheep Archives

The soundtrack is a cropped license audio free clip called
Catching Angels. It came from YouTube.

For more about Electric Sheep visit the internet archives

Electric Sheep is a distributed computing project for animating and evolving fractal flames, which are in turn distributed to the networked computers, which display them as a screensaver.

The Electric Sheep Archives

March 27th

March 27th
March 27th

To my friends who celebrate Easter, Happy Easter! To my friends who don’t celebrate Easter, Happy Sunday!

One day, we will put it all behind
We’ll say, that was just another time
We’ll say, that was just another day on Earth

Eno For All
Community Audio

Morning Dew

Happy Sunday!

Thank you to everyone who reads my blog!

Morning Dew

And we’ll all go together

To pull wild mountain thyme
And all around, the purple heather

Joan Baez – Wild Mountain Thyme
Community Audio
Internet Archives