BUSH/HISPANIC HERITAGE
Downtown Los Angeles
Downtown Los Angeles - DTLA - Westlake Ave - Mexican restaurants - Hispanic - traffic - people on street
++US Trump Hispanic Heritage
Trump Plays with accent as prays for the people of Puerto Rico
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
PEDS SITTING AROUND CITY PARK, VENDOR (POSSIBLY) EXCHANGING CASH, HISPANIC WOMAN C/U. PEDS AT BUS STOP, MOSTLY HISPANIC. PEOPLE GETTING ON BUS.
News Clip: Hispanics
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
PET-862 Beta SP
MISC. JAM HANDY
Nurse showing patient mammography screening procedure
Nurse showing patient mammography screening procedure
HISPANIC WOMAN WITH GROCERIES & WOMAN SEATS UNSEEN PEOPLE - BROWNSVILLE
An Hispanic woman carrying a Stanley's groceries bag exits a store. A hostess seats unseen patrons.
Ronald Wilson Reagan makes a speech and people being interviewed on his policies in Washington DC
President of the United States Ronald Reagan's policies in the United States. President Ronald Reagan makes a speech about small business. People on a sidewalk. A man speaks about the failure of the minority business. President Reagan greets people and presents a momento. People praise president Reagan. Ronald Reagan delivers a speech in front of White House. People seated in garden listen to the President. People on sidewalk. Automobile traffic on road. The president speaks about the difference between a small business man and a large business man. A man presents his views on Reagan's policies towards small business man. Shops in a market place in an area of the United States with mostly Hispanic or Latin American owned small businesses. Location: Washington DC USA. Date: November 1984.
Cultural appropriation
Radio France: filmed programmes
LATINO AND HISPANIC IMMIGRATION / AMERICAN AGENDA
B-ROLL OF HISPANIC NEIGHBORHOODS / GOOD COMPRESSION SHOTS OF PEOPLE ON STREETS
US: HISPANICS
15:45:39 NATURAL SOUND FTG. VS PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON TALKING TO GROUP OF HISPANIC AMERICANS ON ISSUES AFFECTING THEM / CENSUS / PUERTO RICO / CLINTON WALKING OUT AS PEOPLE APPLAUD HIM. 15:47:39 BLANK.
US CA Google (NR)
Google's new image-recognition program misfired badly this week by identifying two black people as gorillas, delivering a mortifying reminder that even the most intelligent machines still have lot to learn about human sensitivity. (July 2)
Nurse and patient during X-ray scan
X-ray scanning procedure patient and nurse
BUSH HISPANIC CHAMBER
B-roll of people of different ethnic backgrounds - Blacks, Asians, Hispanics, etc.
News Clip: Hispanic Awards
B-roll video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 5pm.
People going to Church and to a watch a neighborhood baseball game in South Bronx in New York City.
View out front of moving subway train as it passes by in South Bronx in New York City. Families, many of hispanic, Latin American, Puerto Rican descent, in crowded streets. Families go to Church. A man washing a car. People sing and play tambourines and enjoy themselves. Children enjoy playing in water that is spraying from fountains. View of Bethany Christian Mission church with wooden cross hanging out front. View of Iglesia Pentecostal Estrella de Oriente. A man playing a guitar. Crowds gathered to watch a baseball game at St Mary's Park. Many people speaking in Spanish. An airplane passes low over the streets. Family sits on balcony and fire escape of an apartment building. A young man flies a small kite from the roof of the building. Chalk writing on street reads, Puerto Rico. Clouds gather in the sky and clothes on clothes line move with wind. Location: South Bronx New York City USA. Date: 1965.
Summer series on seasonal jobs: The job of tourist guide
Loire Bretagne
1994 Hispanic Heritage Month
Los Angeles - Hispanic Latino Heritage Month - Mexican band - Tilt up to Downtown LA skyscrapers - Pershing Square - Mayor Richard Riordan - Folk dance - people eating at tables outdoor event - Giant book -
CUSTOMERS HOPE FOR THE WINNING LOTTERY NUMBER
A gentleman smiles as he walks away with a lottery ticket. Another young man kisses his ticket hoping it will bring extra luck.
HOUSE/HISPANIC CAUCUS PRESSER
Damaged buildings and poor people in Harlem, and a community convention is held in New York to fight poverty.
A promotional documentary titled ' Change is Gonna come' about fight against poverty in East Harlem, New York City. The skyline of New York City. A damaged building with broken glasses of the windows. Three boys playing near a building. One boy jumps down from an awning roof to the ground. View of buildings from moving car and gradually the view shows more damaged and older buildings. African American children play around debris of a damaged building. The boys throw rocks at a partially demolished building wall. A young African American girl walks over the rubble with some difficulty. View of the boys throwing more rocks, and then hitting the wall of the mostly demolished bulding and knocking more bricks from it. Two boys play "sword fighting" with sticks. A sign reads ' under construction'. African American youth (older boys and girls) work at a construction site as they cut wooden planks to help build a playground for youth. A young African American boy plays and sits on a toy fire truck. African American and Hispanic children (possibly Puerto Rican) play in and around an abandoned, wrecked car in a street. The group of children stand and jump on the roof of the car and hit the car with their sticks. View of a totally smashed and abandoned car on the side of a street. The toy truck lying on a street and missing a front wheel. Next scene shows and auditorium holding a community convention to fight poverty in New York. Sign says "New York City Council Against Poverty. Lower West Side." A woman at a podium addresses audiences at the convention. Men and women seated around a table as they work on documents. Location: New York City USA. Date: 1965.