ViewFinder - Season Five Programs

ViewFinder - Season Five Programs

DVD: ViewFinder - African Americans in California's Heartland: The Civil Rights Era
The second in a series, this program explores how the civil rights era effected change in the Sacramento region.
$14.95
DVD:  Arts Alive:  Kids
Kids say it all the time,"there's nothing to do!" In the arts, there are plenty of things going on in Sacramento.
$14.95
DVD:   ViewFinder - Challenge Yourself:  Women, Weight and Well-being
Jennifer Whitney explores a variety of paths to exercise and healthy eating.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder - The Collectors II
Rubber ducks, train sets and Star Trek memorabilia all come together in this whimsical look at collectors in the Capitol area.
$14.95
DVD: ViewFinder  - Echoes of a Lost Valley
Computer generated graphics and stunninng visual images are accompanied by bio-acoustician Bernie Krause, who has re-created an early California soundscape.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder  - Frozen in Time:  Iceland
In the more than 65 years it has been open, North Sacramento's Iceland Ice Rink has seen its share of history.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder  - Hidden History II
Tour pieces of history that you won't find in the history books.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder - Letters to the Valley
David Mas Masumoto shares his insights into what memories, stories, and perfection all have in common.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder - Little Manila
In its heyday in the 30s, the lively area of Little Manila in Stockton had the largest population of Filipinos outside of the Philippines.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder - Mary Ellen Pleasant
A profile of the “mother of civil rights in California,” Mary Ellen Pleasant, an abolitionist who came to California during the Gold Rush era.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder - Someone's Somebody
Triumph of the spirit is the only way to describe Regina Louise's trials as an ophan discarded by the adults in her life.
$14.95
DVD:  ViewFinder  - Street Signs IV
Have you ever driven by a street sign and wondered why it's named that?
$14.95