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Notes

1. See Jane Gaines (1999). “Political Mimesis.” In Jane Gaines and Michael Renov (eds.). Collecting Visible Evidence (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press) 89-90.

2. Waugh, Thomas, editor. “Show Us Life:” Toward a History and Aesthetics of the Committed Documentary (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1984) xiv.

3. See Barbara Abrash and David Whiteman (1999). “The Uprising of ‘34: Filmmaking as Community Engagement.” Wide Angle 21(2):87-99.

4. Helfand, Judith. “The Uprising of ‘34,” Point, September 1994, 12 & 18.

5. Leggat, Graham. “George Stoney and Judith Helfand, Documentary Activists,” The Independent, October 1995, 16-17.

6. George Stoney, quoted in Leggat.

7. Tarrow, Sidney. Power in Movement: Social Movements, Collective Action and Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994) 127.

8. Gaventa, John. Power and Powerlessness: Quiescence and Rebellion in an Appalachian Valley (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1980) 223.

9. Helfand, Judith. “At the Grassroots: An Interview with Charles Taylor.” Three Years Later: The Uprising of ’34 to Air on South Carolina Public Television (New York: Hard Times Productions, 1998) 17-20.

10. Lamb, Kathy. “The Uprising of ’34 and the Impact on a Southern Town.” Three Years Later: The Uprising of ’34 to Air on South Carolina Public Television (New York: Hard Times Productions, 1998) 9-14.

11. Beacham, Frank. “The History Lesson of a Lifetime.” Three Years Later: The Uprising of ’34 to Air on South Carolina Public Television (New York: Hard Times Productions, 1998) 15-16.

12. Bates, Eric. “Making the News.” Three Years Later: The Uprising of ’34 to Air on South Carolina Public Television (New York: Hard Times Productions, 1998) 5-8.

13. Whiteman, David. “Reassessing the Impact of Documentary Film: Filmmakers, Activist Community Organizations, and Public Policy.” Paper presented at annual meeting of Visible Evidence, Los Angeles, California, August 19-22, 1999.


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