Texas Association for Bilingual Education Video Footage Collection - 5 Matching Results

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[Video of the Texas State Capitol and a rally]

Description: Video of scenes around the Texas State Capitol building in Austin, Texas. At the beginning there are men is suits greeting each other on a sidewalk and it pans up to a full view of the building. There are several close-ups of details on the building, including the Goddess of Liberty statue and the symbols of the six countries that claimed ownership of Texas. There are shots of the statues on the Capitol property, as well as several of the flags waving in the wind. There are also a few that include a crowd during a rally at one of the entrances to the building.
Date: 2004~
Creator: Texas Association of Bilingual Education
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Quick interviews with Texas State Representatives]

Description: Video of an impromptu interview between TABE president Sandra Acosta and Texas State Representative Dou Wan Tran. This is followed by a few moments of conversation between other people in the building. Then Acosta and Dr. Rodriguez speak with Rep. Roberto Alonzo.
Date: 2004~
Creator: Texas Association of Bilingual Education
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Interview with Maria Medina Seidner]

Description: Video of Maria Medina Seidner in an interview led by the TABE organization. She is sitting in a chair in front of the US and Texas flags. At the end of the interview a short clip is recorded of Seidner speaking in Spanish from behind a podium.
Date: 2004
Creator: Texas Association of Bilingual Education
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[TABE rally]

Description: Video of a rally held by TABE outside of a government building. Various speakers, who are standing behind a podium, address the audience while people holding TABE banners gather to one side. At one point in the video the crowd begins to chant "No More Tax". At the 2:27 mark House Senator Eliot Shapleigh is interviewed by the TABE team. The crowd chants again near the 6 minute mark saying "Just say no to House Bill 2". At the 10:20 mark the crowd begins to chant "the kids deserve better" and repeat it at the 11:30 mark. The end of the video cuts to another clip for a few seconds at the end.
Date: 2001/2004
Creator: Texas Association of Bilingual Education
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections