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The Media and Human Rights #904682

PBS Special for Tuesday, Sep 30, 1986

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Panel discussions on the role of the media in human rights issues in Poland, South Africa, and the Philippines. Hosted by Ted Koppel.

Poland Panelists: Rose Styron, Freedom to Write Committee/PEN; Aryeh Neier, Helsinki Watch; Jacek Kalabinski, Radio Free Europe. South Africa Panelists: John Matisonn, National Public Radio; Anthony Lewis, The New York Times; Charlayne Hunter-Gault, MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour; Peter Swanepoel, Press Information South African Embassy. Philippines Panelists: Charles Krauthammer, The New Republic; Karen Elliott House, The Wall Street Journal; William Wheatley, Jr., NBC News; Dette Pascual, Veritas Correspondent.

Koppel, Ted

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