Voices Of Hope And Anger : Women Speak Out On Military Bases

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Voices Of Hope And Anger : Women Speak Out On Military Bases
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VOICE OF HOPE AND ANGER : WOMEN SPEAK OUT ON MILITARY BASES / hosted by Robert Foxworth. - SERIES: American dialogues| no. 28 - Fulani Sunni-Ali, Disarmament Program Director for the AFSC, and Suzuyo Takazato, a social worker from Okinawa who works with proestitutes, discuss the impact of American military bases upon commjnities, and the effect of militarism on everyone's lives. The United States maintains over 1,500 military bases in foreign countries, and they create a socio-economic influence wherever they exist. RECORDED: 1989.

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