Published December 6, 2016
Tags: free, media, politics, Resources
by Sarah Berry
Kanopy Streaming’s newest addition to its catalog, “Starving the Beast,” is earning acclaim and attention from national media sources, like “The New York Times.”
Check out the links below to read some of the coverage “Starving the Beast” and don’t forget to watch it for free through Kanopy Streaming here.
by Sarah Berry
Released in 2014 by PBS, “The Fidel Castro Tapes,” chronicles the life of Cuba’s controversial leader, Fidel Castro, who passed away in 2016.
Through rare images and recordings, audiences gain insight into Castro’s life and career as a revolutionary and a politician, as well as the strained relationship between the United States and Cuba. Events such as the Bay of Pigs, the U.S. embargo on Cuba, and the custody battle of Elian Gonzalez are also documented.
“The Fidel Castro Tapes” is available now on Kanopy Streaming. If you are accessing Kanopy Streaming off-campus, view our blog post, Accessing Library Resources Off-Campus, for more information.
For anyone looking for the real facts in the 2008 election, consider going to FactCheck.org (http://www.factcheck.org/).
This site is a “nonpartisan, nonprofit, ‘consumer advocate’ for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.” They look at everything from TV/radio ads to speeches and interviews to see what the candidates are saying and what is actually true. Officially called the Annenberg Political Fact Check, the project comes from the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania and “accepts NO funding from business corporations, labor unions, political parties, lobbying organizations or individuals.” (quotations are from the site)