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CHAP - Event Videos

CHAP on YouTube

The following CHAP presentation recordings are available on the 3CMediaSolutions website and on YouTube:

  • April 15, 1947: What Jackie Robinson did for America (Fall 2007)
  • Torture, Terrorism and the U.S. Constitution: How Far Can We Go (Fall 2008)
  • Antarctic Experiences: Isolated duty in the Antarctic region (Fall 2008)
  • Korea: Stories from the Forgotten War (Fall 2008)
  • Remembering '68: Mexico's Olympic Massacre (Fall 2009)
  • Buffalo Soldiers in the Sierra Nevada (Spring 2009)
  • Changing Roles of Women in the 1950s (Spring 2009)
  • Lucy's Legacy: The Quest for Human Origins (Spring 2009)
  • It Came from the Cold War (Spring 2009)
  • Clip 1 - Music of the 60s and Beyond (Spring 2010)
  • Clip 2 - Music of the 60s and Beyond (Spring 2010)
  • History of Allensworth: Col. Allensworth State Historic Park (Spring 2010)
  • Adventures in Eating: Multicultural Food Festival (Spring 2010)
  • Prague Spring: The Beginning of the End of Communism (Spring 2010)
  • Mexico 2010: The Birth of Mexican Independence in Myth, Memory, and History (Fall 2010)
  • We Choose to Go to the Moon: The Space Race of the 1960s (Fall 2010)
  • Pop Art, Pop Culture (Fall 2010)
  • The Last Campaign: Robert Kennedy in 1968 (Spring 2011)
  • Gay Rights Comes of Age in the '70s (Fall 2011)
  • Vietnam War: A Conversation with Veterans (Fall 2011)
  • Soldados: Chicanos in Viet Nam (Spring 2012)
  • The Fall of Saigon: The Final Act in America's Lost War (Spring 2012)
  • The People of Clouds (Spring 2013)
  • The Bracero Program: Catalyst for Change (Spring 2013)
  • X Marks the Spot - Or Does It?: The Archaeology of Piracy (Spring 2013)
  • Viva Cristo Rey (Fall 2013)
  • Our Islamic Heritage: Art, Context, and Culture (Fall 2013)
  • Troublesome Women: Social Activism in America (Spring 2014)
  • Fast Forward Families (Spring 2014)
  • Feeding People is Compassion in Action (Spring 2014)
  • El Teatro Campesino (Spring 2014)
  • Drought? What drought?: Understanding the Roots of California’s Water Crises (Fall 2014)
  • Does Treating Students Equally Mean Treating Them the Same? (Fall 2014)
  • War Stories: A Conversation with Veterans (Fall 2014)
  • Intervention: The U.S. Involvement in the Mexican Revolution (Fall 2014)
  • Double Luck: Memories of a Chinese Orphan - Lu Chi Fa (Fall 2014)
  • Hatshepsut: Women & Power in the Ancient World (Fall 2014)
  • From Home Front to Front Lines: Women and the Great War (Spring 2015)
  • History of U.S. Automobiles and the Impact on Society (Spring 2015)
  • The End of the Cold War: Personal Recollections (Spring 2015)
  • Ecological Restoration (Spring 2015)
  • Listening to the Land: Reconnection with the Environment and the Promise of Healing (Spring 2015)
  • Century of Disaster: The Dark Legacy of the Great War (Spring 2015)
  • Allensworth: History and Personal Recollections (Spring 2015)

CHAP events on DVD in the Porterville College Library

The Library has copies of all the videos listed above, and also has these additional CHAP videos:

  • Music of the '50s and Beyond (Spring 2009)
  • Music of the '60s and Beyond (Spring 2010)
  • Music of the '60s and Beyond Part 2 (Spring 2011)
  • Ishi: Stone Tools and Cultural Identity in Native California (Spring 2010)
  • The Chicano Student Walkouts (Spring 2010)
  • Bigfoot and Native Culture (Spring 2011)
  • War Stories: A Conversation with Veterans (Fall 2013)
  • Viva Cristo Rey! Mexico's Cristero War 1926-1929 (Fall 2013)
  • Our Islamic Heritage: Art, Context, and Culture (Fall 2013)
  • The People of Clouds (Spring 2013)
  • The Bracero Program: Catalyst for Change (Spring 2013)
  • X Marks the Spot or Does It? Pirates in the Archaeological Record (Spring 2013)
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