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20 de Septiembre de 2007

Voces latinas y afroestadounidenses destacadas en nuevos documentales sobre los soldados de la Segunda Guerra Mundial


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El nuevo documental de la PBS "The War" (La Guerra) encendió la polémica porque originalmente excluyó todas las voces de veteranos latinos o de pueblos indígenas de EE.UU. Bajo presión, el director Ken Burns acordó agregar 28 minutos de metraje que incluyen entrevistas con dos veteranos latinos y uno nativo americano. Hablamos con los cineastas de dos documentales análogos que dan protagonismo a las voces de veteranos latinos y afroestadounidenses: Julie Cohen, de "New York Goes to War" (Nueva York va a la guerra), y Sam Toperoff, de "New York War Stories" (Historias de guerra de Nueva York).

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