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Nineteenth Busiversary (2009-2010)
What do electric vehicles, nuclear weapons,
gentrification, corporate personhood, the situations in Gaza, the Congo and Peru, psychiatric drugs,
animal rights and a vegan diet have in common? They were all subjects of shows on the Flying
Video Bus in 2009 and 2010.
Looking back at short clips from these 14 shows (made up of 25 half-hour episodes), our
volunteer producers come out from behind the cameras to share who they are and why the topics
are so important for social justice on the "Nineteenth Busiversary." The Busiversary was compiled
Flying Focus founding member Dan Handelman, with clips from Barb Greene, Yvonne
Simmons and Daniel Webb. PC Peri, our field footage coordinator (who was also a founding
member), talks about the eight shows he taped for the group. The studio introductions were once
again directed by longtime
FFVC member Moss Drake. Watching the show, you can see and hear first-hand why we
think these issues are important.
The Video Bus has been running weekly since November 18, 1991.
Part 1 (28:30):
For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are: