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Fri Mar 21 17:08:49 2014 UTClccn-nr960002840.19Bill Moyers beyond hate /0.310.81Moyers--beyond hate /2702313nr 960002843993492lccn-n81024550Moyers, Bill D.lccn-nr96011778Lasseur, Dominiquedrtlccn-n91046173Public Affairs Television (Firm)lccn-no97037777International Cultural Programming, Inclccn-n80050316Films for the Humanities (Firm)nc-national cultural programming incNational Cultural Programming, Inclccn-no2009131322Athena (Firm)lccn-n83317536Cavander, Kennethlccn-n80007710Havel, Václavlccn-n85153068Mandela, Nelson1918-2013Tatge, CatherineHateHate crimesPrejudicesEmotionsHostility (Psychology)AngerRacismHate in childrenPrejudices in childrenSexismPsychological aspectsHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)Social psychologyViolence1991199219972000200320042013445819302.5BF575.H3ocn055631919ocn0556309491841ocn830556752visu20130.19Bill Moyers beyond hateHate has many faces: racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, sectarianism, domestic violence. But do we really understand its roots? Are there practical ways to cope with it? What is hate doing to us? More importantly, what does hate do for us? Bill Moyers seeks to answer these questions. His search takes him around the world where he talks to philosophers and historians, authors and activists to those whose lives have been shaped by hate and those who have dedicated their lives to going beyond it1055ocn041001080visu19970.39Learning to hateFocuses on how children learn to hate, and how attitudes toward hatred differ from culture to culture. Features friendship between an Israeli Arab and an Orthodox Jew; high school students analyzing the origins of homophobia; a Holocaust survivor who teaches children how stereotyping breeds hatred and how that hatred can lead to persecution. Major world figures share their own experiences with hatred and discuss the resolve that helped them overcome it985ocn038366502visu19970.39The heart of hatredFeatures conversations with a variety of people who have explored the heart of hatred, including a Los Angeles gang member, a white supremacist leader, a former Israeli soldier, Bensonhurst, N.J. high school students, and Myrlie Evers, widow of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers252ocn035006559visu19910.32Beyond hateBill Moyers looks at the racial, religious, national, ethnic, sexual, and personal faces of hatred, focusing on case studies taped in Oslo; Brooklyn; Los Angeles; Portland, Oregon; Bedford, Virginia; and Israel. Includesinterviews with Nelson Mandela, Vaclav Havel, Nadine Gordimer and other renowned persons152ocn054022169visu19970.47Beyond hateFocuses on how children learn to hate, and how attitudes toward hatred differ from culture to culture. Features friendship between an Israeli Arab and an Orthodox Jew; high school students analyzing the origins of homophobia; a Holocaust survivor who teaches children how stereotyping breeds hatred and how that hatred can lead to persecution. Major world figures share their own experiences with hatred and discuss the resolve that helped them overcome it132ocn054022170visu19970.35Beyond hateFeatures conversations with a Los Angeles gang member using hate as a survival weapon, White Supremacist leader Tom Metzger, a former Israeli soldier, Bensonhurst, New York high school students, Myrlie Evers, and a man who physically abused his wife31ocn031816154visu19910.81Moyers--beyond hateBill Moyers looks at the racial, religious, national, ethnic, sexual, and personal faces of hatred, focusing on case studies taped in Oslo; Brooklyn; Los Angeles; Portland, Oregon; Bedford, Virginia; and Israel. Also included are interviews with various renowned persons21ocn063154846visu19910.23Beyond hate trilogySince his family's death at Auschwitz, Wiesel has tried to understand the nature of hatred. Here he examines how it has been expressed in literature, culture and historyFri Mar 21 15:07:49 EDT 2014batch6193