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The 51st State

Episode Description
?Fighting Back? by Mirra Bank is a report on women?s reactions to rape through martial arts for defense and counseling for rape victims; ?The Amnesty of William Mies? by Robert Sam Anson is an examination of the effect of amnesty on William Mies, a mid-westerner returned from Canada.

Subjects
Self-defense for women
Rape victims -- New York (State)
Amnesty

Type/Genre
News

Director
Colgan, Mick

Executive Producer
Hyatt, Gordon

Producer(s)
Levin, Al (as Producer/Reporter)
Feiner, Lisa (as Producer/Reporter)
Bank, Mirra (as Producer/Editor, "Fighting Back")

Host(s)
Tuckner, Howard (as Senior Correspondent)

Other Credits
Anson, Robert Sam (as Political Correspondent)
Barron, Rhetta (as Additional Editing, "Fighting Back")
Boomer, Gene (as Camera, ?The Amnesty of William Mies?)
Bruno, Lou (Sound Mixer)
Burrows, Larry (Vietnam Photographs, ?The Amnesty of William Mies?)
Chumbley, Leonard (Technical Director)
Clark, Leslie (?The Amnesty of William Mies?)
Dane, Isabella (Associate Producer)
Edwards, John (Associate Director)
Gale, David (Research)
Gardner, William C. (as Production Assistant)
Garris, Raenelle (Research)
Goldberg, Mark (Production Manager)
Harris, C. Brownie (as Animation, "Fighting Back")
Jackson, Bob (?The Amnesty of William Mies?)
Levey, Charles (as Camera, "Fighting Back")
Nolan, John (Lighting Director)
Ortiz Jr., Eulogio (Associate Producer)
Peaslee, Richard (as Musical Theme)
Schaef, Nancy E. K. (as Production Coordinator)

Formats
Digital Beta
DVD
VHS

Reference Number
ARC-FFS-18


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