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City Life Series
City Life

Explores Sao Paolo in introduction to series examining the effects of globalization on people and cities.


A printer-friendly version of this page 27 minutes
Directed by Steve Bradshaw
Produced by Television Trust for the Environment
Written, directed, and produced by Steve Bradshaw
Series Editor: Jenny Richards
Series Producer: Luke Gawin





"Life and City Life may just be the best video investigations of globalization with emphasis on the personal experiences of those most affected." Carleton Jackson, University of Maryland, Hornbake Libraries
Marta Suplicy is the new mayor of Sao Paolo, Brazil -- a breath of fresh air after years of municipal apathy and corruption. Her aim is to make Sao Paulo a sustainable 21st century global city.

This program, the first from the City Life series, follows Marta as she visits schools, hospitals, favelas, and a shelter for battered women, in her quest to turn the city around.

Interviewed in the program are Professors Peter Marcuse (Columbia University), Saskia Sassen (University of Chicago), Ed Glaeser (Harvard University), as well as Sheela Patel, director of SPARC (Society for Promotion of Area Resource Centers), and Anna Tibaijuka, the Executive Director of the United Nations Center for Human Settlements.

The producer of this program has collected extensive resources at www.tve.org/lifeonline/index.cfm?aid=1033.

The other titles in the series are:

2. The Long March - Community in Chengdu, China has organized to clean-up polluted river.

3. The Health Protestors - Health care advocates demand universal health care for the world's population at international convention in Dhaka.

4. Together Against Violence - Poor Jamaican community overcomes violence.

5. Paradise Domain - Pacific islanders are not benefiting from digital windfall or World Wide Web.

6. Pavements of Gold - Increase in urban poverty and population, caused by globalization, threatens Peruvians.

7. Doing the Right Thing - Porto Alegre, Brazil has benefited from urban revitalization.

8. My Mother Built This House - Large homeless contingent in South Africa has organized to build houses for each other.

9. Barcelona Blueprint - Barcelona today is a model of urban planning that may prove sustainable.

10. Gaza Under Siege - The Gaza Strip has been a virtual prison for Palestinians for over fifty years.

11. Waiting to Go - Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are denied human rights.

12. A Fistful of Rice - Protein deficiency threatens generations of children in Nepal.

13. Patently Obvious - International patent regulations only protect multinationals.

14. The Other Side - Poor Mexicans attempt perilous border crossing to US, often at the expense of family, traditional culture, and their lives.

15. The Miller's Tale: Bread Is Life - Efforts are underway in Egypt and Yemen to fortify flour with iron to wipe out needless malnutrition.

16. Brazil: Winning Against AIDS - Brazil has developed generic antiretroviral drugs to care for those afflicted with HIV/AIDS.

17. Missing Out - Anemia threatens the population of Niger and Tanzania.

18. Stop the Traffick - Investigates horror of child sex industry in Cambodia.

19. My Hanoi - Tour of rapidly urbanizing Hanoi, and the effect on citizens and culture.

20. Lines in the Dust - In revolutionary programs in Northern Ghana and India, gender roles are challenged, and illiterate adults educated.

21. Paying the Price - Pharmaceutical companies block generic drugs, threatening the lives of millions of Africans with AIDS.

22. Holy Smoke: Cambodians Fight Tobacco - Buddhist monks lead anti-tobacco campaign in Cambodia.



Grade Level: 7-12, College, Adult
US Release Date: 2002     Copyright Date: 2001
DVD ISBN: 1-59458-134-7     VHS ISBN: 1-56029-927-4





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Links
www.tve.org/life (The producer's web site)
www.tve.org/lifeonline/index.cfm?aid=1033 (Producer's resources)


Subjects
Anthropology
At-risk Youth
Brazil
Citizenship
Community
Developing World
Economics
Geography
Global Issues
Globalization
Health
Human Rights
International Studies
Latin American Studies
Population
Social Justice
Sociology
Sustainable Development
Urban Studies
Urban and Regional Planning
Women's Studies


Related Titles

Doing the Right Thing
Porto Alegre, Brazil has benefited from urban revitalization.

Brazil
Brazil has developed generic antiretroviral drugs to care for those afflicted with HIV/AIDS.

Geraldo Off-Line
The globalized economy affects Brazilian factory worker.

All Different, All Equal
Examines progress in women's rights globally.

Life: The Story So Far
How the globalized world economy affects ordinary people.

Cities
Is "sustainable cities" an oxymoron or can they be made to work?


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