Video: Eduardo Quezada Editorial About PBS and Ken Burns

May 11, 2007

Eduardo Quezada comenta sobre la controversial serie de PBS que relata las batallas de la segunda Guerra Mundial pero que no incluye la perspectiva de los soldados Hispanos.

Latinos’ Battle With Burns Taken to ‘War’ Sponsors

Paul Farhi
Washington Post Staff Writer
May 3, 2007

Latino advocacy organizations upset about filmmaker Ken Burns’s forthcoming PBS documentary on World War II have stepped up their campaign against the film, pressuring two corporate sponsors to remove their support.

Leaders of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility, … Read More…

The Fight Over “The War”

From The Brian Lehrer Show
May 7, 2007

Angelo Falcon, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy and member of the Defend the Honor Campaign, says Ken Burns’ upcoming documentary “The War” leaves out the Latino community’s contribution to the war effort … Read More…

Burns Agrees To Include Latino Veterans In ‘The War’

By Paul Farhi
Washington Post
May 11, 2007

Filmmaker Ken Burns reached an agreement yesterday with two advocacy organizations that have pressured him to amend his World War II documentary to include more material about Latinos’ contribution to the American war effort. The agreement between Burns’s … Read More…

Ken Burns and the Debate on Artistic Freedom

May, 2007
NPR Radio

MICHEL MARTIN, host:

I’m Michel Martin. This is TELL ME MORE from NPR News.

Later, how the Mormon Church is reaching out to African-Americans. But first, for many Americans, history only really comes alive when Ken Burns tells them about it. … Read More…