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AUDIOVISUALS
Title Fenceline : a company town divided / a film by Slawomir Grünberg ; produced by Slawomir Grünberg, Jane Greenberg ; directed by Slawomir Grünberg ; produced in association with the Independent Television Service.
Imprint [New York] : LOGTV, Ltd., [2002]
©2002

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 MUSKINGUM DVD  TD883.5.L6 F46 2002    AVAILABLE  
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 MUSKINGUM DVD  TD883.5.L6 F46 2002    AVAILABLE  
Subject Shell Chemical Company.
Chemical plants -- Environmental aspects -- Louisiana -- Diamond.
Air quality -- Louisiana -- Diamond.
Environmental justice -- Louisiana -- Diamond.
Environmental health -- Louisiana -- Diamond.
African Americans -- Health and hygiene -- Louisiana -- Diamond.
Diamond (La.) -- Environmental conditions.
Alt Name Grünberg, Slawomir.
Independent Television Service.
LOGTV, Ltd.
Log In Productions.
Alternate Title POV (Television program)
Description 1 videodisc (52 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD.
Credits Editor, Brian Truglio ; photography, Slawomir Grünberg ; sound, Brian Truglio ; music by Tony Delafose and friends.
Note "Produced by Log In Productions"--Container.
Previously broadcast on the PBS television series Point of view (POV).
Special features: outtakes; a "six months later" update; an "about the film" clip featuring the director; musical recordings by Tony Delafose "and friends" to which one may listen without watching the film.
Summary Depicts the struggle of the African American residents of the Diamond community of Norco, La., to get assistance in relocating from under the shadow of pollution from a Shell chemical plant. Led by activist Margie Richard, the community complains to the corporate bosses that the plant is a health hazard. Others in town, especially Shell employees, feel that the risk is overstated.
OCLC # 62753039



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