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Item, Folder number and/or title, Box number, Between the Lines, MSS 221, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
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Processed by Leslie M. Behm in November 2012.
An East Lansing Peace Education Center video project, "Between the Lines" lasted approximately a decade. Shows were recorded at a local cable station and broadcast on cable television. Michigan State University professors David Dwyer (anthropology) and John Masterson (mathematics) were generally the producers/directors with a small core behind the cameras or actually one of the talking heads. Janette Fiore, Head of Special Collections, MSU Libraries, was also involved. The shows centered on important issues of the day such as Apartheid, farm worker safety, and interviews with key individuals of the time such as Cesar Chavez and Nelson Mandela.
The collection is comprised of VHS, Betamax, and several other professional video format tapes of the program "Between the Lines," an East Lansing Peace Education Center project. Although many recordings are available, it is not a comprehensive collection of all of the programs aired in the project.
Arranged in 9 series: 1. 3/4 inch tape. 2. 3M P6-120HXP Videocassette Tapes. 3. Video8 Format. 4. 32M AVX90. 5. L-250 Tape. 6. L-500 Tape. 7. Betamax Video Tape. 8. VHS Tapes. 9. Not Between the Lines Shows? (VHS Tape).
Between the lines (Television program)