AMERICA'S LATEST IMMIGRANT
Full titles read: "AMERICA'S LATEST IMMIGRANT" <br/> <br/>Various shots of a giant panda on deck of ship taking it from China to San Francisco Zoo. Nice M/S of the panda chewing a man's nose.
NATIONAL I.D. CARDS (07/05/1995)
THE IDEA OF A NATIONAL ID CARD TO PROVE YOUR U.S. CITIZENSHIP IS BEING FLOATED, AND A NEW SURVEY HAS SOME INTERESTING RESULTS.
Demographics: what lies ahead
GLD-78 Beta SP
BITTERSWEET: THE ASIAN-INDIAN EXPERIENCE IN THE USA
The Long Haul Men
MSs of United States border inspection station, of Canadian Customs and Immigration buildings at Canada-United States border, including shots of the Canadian flag waving and of the sign ''Canada Immigration Customs Stop''.
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
MANY PEOPLE FROM MEXICO CLIMBING UP AND OVER THE USA BORDER WALL ILLEGALLY AT NIGHT. ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION.
WWII REFUGEES & STATUE OF LIBERTY
Dramatic, low-angle shots of the Statue of Liberty. People looking at the statue from a boat. CU of a pretty girl looking at the statue.
USA: IMMIGRANT CULTURAL TRADITIONS OFTEN CLASH WITH THE LAW
USA: IMMIGRANT CULTURAL TRADITIONS OFTEN CLASH WITH THE LAW
Fast Images Library
Soccer, Archival B/W photos of immigrants and Ellis Island, Scenics USA, U.S. Cities, Football, Stadium Crowds, Aerials, Stadiums, NYC, Traffic, Orlando, Washington D.C., Detroit, Boat Races, Boston, Dallas, Rodeo, San Francisco, L.A., Musicians, Rock Concert audience crowds, Venice, Ca., Pasadena, American Scenics and cities, night POV Dallas, lighthouse aerial, girl out of door into night, Chicago, mailman, parade, cities
Immigrants arriving in USA, Manhattan, Ellis Island police pick up immigrants, 1927
Immigrants arriving in USA - view of Manhattan - Ellis Island - immigrants arriving - police pick up immigrants from their homes
Bridgeman Images Details
The 90's, episode 213: FUN AND GAMES
0:08 Kit Sibert commentary by Nancy Cain. Sibert, a social worker, has this to say about personal fulfillment. Everybody has a sense of humor, but it's infinitely varied and what you do for fun is infinitely varied. What's the common denominator? It has something to do with what's liberated inside. 6:13 Mountain Biker by Nancy Cain. On Piuma Road in Malibu, California, Greg Hodal pedals uphill. I'm just trying to do as well as I can each time and go as fast I can. 6:53 Fiesta de San Fermin by Esti Galili Marpet. In July, 1990, at Fiesta de San Fermin in Pamplona, Spain we share the excitement surrounding the annual Running of the Bulls. There is singing and dancing in the streets and we end with a bullfight. 10:30 More from Kit Sibert. Sibert says that movement and exercise are fundamental to letting go of anger (which is the first step to having fun). 11:43 Midnight Basketball League by Pat Creadon. At the Henry Horner Homes in Chicago's West Side, African American youths play basketball every Tuesday and Thursday at midnight. Vincent Lane, Director of the Chicago Housing Authority, explains that this activity is successful because the kids are in the gym and off the streets. 19:13 Electronic Cafe by Wendy Appel and Alan Barker. In Santa Monica, California, Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz have developed a model for a community level teleconferencing center, using inexpensive videophone technology. It's an immediate and informal method for people around the world to learn about each other's culture. They connect with people from Nicaragua and Russia. These electronic meetings are bringing as much excitement today as the black and white Sony Portapak brought to independent television in the late '60s. 25:07 Busia and Cioc by Valjean McLenighan. A clip from a video shot in 1970 with a black and white Portapack. An 80-year-old Polish immigrant shares her disappointment with America: I was a slave in Poland and I heard America was a free country. I worked terrible hard here for nothing and was treated like dirt. 25:40 More from Kit Sibert. Kit Sibert talks about how she personally has fun. When I'm with somebody and laughing, I'm having fun. But I resist having fun. I love going to the beach and body surfing but I never want to go. And yet when I get there and start doing it it's always fun. 28:02 Maxwell Street Market by Joe Angio. A short portrait of the Chicago institution on a Sunday in June 1990. 28:38 Mountain Biker by Nancy Cain. Greg Hodal is riding his bike and huffing and puffing: This is exciting time - under sixteen minutes to Twin Poles. 29:02 Mountain Man by Phil Morton. Paul Boruff denies that he 's a real Mountain Man. There are very few people who honestly deserve the title of 'Mountain Man.' Boruff claims he's just a performer, then demonstrates loading gun powder in his gun, and sings I Call The Wind Mariah. 32:01 Baseball City by Nancy Cain. In Agoura Hills, California, Jody Procter practices in a batting cage and talks about the American obsession with baseball. Baseball is a secular religion. Three million people a year go to see the Dodgers play at Dodger Stadium. I like the whole thing about baseball. It locks me up to a thing that goes deep in my life. It summarizes everything I feel about security. 44:14 American children play soccer, while their parents encourage them from offscreen. 44:32 Bill Wade, an ex-NFL quarterback, comments on how soccer will overtake other sports in terms of popularity. He thinks that it is dangerous that soccer will overtake American football: ...football is important to [the USA]...way beyond what most people think. 45:03 Boomerang by Eddie Becker. Becker runs in to a man tossing around a boomerang in a park in Washington, D.C. 47:54 More from Kit Silbert. Kit Silbert offers more advice about fun: To lie on the couch and read is relaxing, but it's not fun. It's a cerebral experience. Fun has to be sensual. 48:34 The King and Di by Judith Binder. A woman ordered a sex toy on a lark and talks about her experience with this sex substitute. It's the secret to abstinence and total happiness. The only problem is that it could become addiction and the sad part is that you can't hug anybody afterwards and you can't give love. 56:17 Mountain Biker (under credits). Our biker coasts downhill and talks to his bike, Well you won the race, eh big boy? Also with audio of Joe Cummings reading letters to The 90's.
VOTE 2008: MITT ROMNEY REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN EVENT ON IMMIGRATION
[VOTE 2008: MITT ROMNEY REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN EVENT ON IMMIGRATION] [NH USA] MITT ROMNEY REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN EVENT ON IMMIGRATION IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
6P CNN AIRCHECK
IMMIGRANT BILLBOARD (8/4/1999)
A new anti-immigrant billboard erected in the ethnically diverse borough of Queens has drawn sharp reaction from many in the area.
DIRECTO USA IMMIGRATION BUTTERFLIES
DN-LB-464 Beta SP
DOCUMENTARIES & NEWSREELS
SALVATION ARMY PROCESSION
Salvation Army procession. <br/> <br/>Location of events unknown / unclear. <br/> <br/>MS parade approaching on street. Marching band; then a group of men marching with signs stressing multicultural makeup of USA! There are 200;000 Danes in the USA,here are 2;750;000 English; Scottish; and Irish in USA etc. <br/> <br/>Some soldiers (?) messy looking but partially in Army uniforms - with a young boy - ride horses. Next a horse-drawn float with sign above 'Advance Australia' - and stuffed kangaroo; other Australian wildlife. More marchers follow. This is odd possibly a combination Military / Salvation Army procession.
VOTE 2008: MITT ROMNEY REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN EVENT ON IMMIGRATION
[VOTE 2008: MITT ROMNEY REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN EVENT ON IMMIGRATION] [NH USA] MITT ROMNEY REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN EVENT ON IMMIGRATION IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
GUS HALL ON MCCARRAN ACT - HD
Gus Hall, the chair of the Communist Party USA, denounces the indictment of the party under the McCarran-Walter Act (the Immigration and Nationality Act). He then criticizes the Johnson administration's Vietnam War policy. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
USA: WASHINGTON: MEXICAN PRESIDENT ERNESTO ZEDILLO VISIT
USA: WASHINGTON: MEXICAN PRESIDENT ERNESTO ZEDILLO VISIT
6.30 am the newspaper: [21 April 2023 issue]
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
DAYTIME FOOTAGE OF LARGE GROUPS OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS RUNNING UNDER AND CLIMBING OVER THE US BORDER WALL IN SAN DIEGO. USA FLAGS CAN BE SEEN ABOVE THE WALL BARRIER.