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The Living History Project: Stories Told by Michigan’s Oldest Old

Executive SummaryThe “oldest old” is a term used to describe people 85 years of age and older. This group is the fastest-growing age cohort in the world, and their lives span a century of history. In this documentary, award-winning director Geri Alumit Zeldes and her team at MSU have captured the individual histories of Michigan’s...
Published: 5/17/2023   |   Inventor(s): Geraldine Zeldes, Linda Keilman, Eric Freedman
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Communication

U.S. v. Narciso, Perez & the Press

Description of TechnologyUsing interviews, archival video and photos, and FBI documents obtained via FOIA, U.S. v. Narciso, Perez & the Press is a half-hour documentary that reconstructs the trial of two Filipina nurses convicted of poisoning patients in the VA Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI in the 1970s. During a six-week period in the summer of 1975,...
Published: 1/11/2024   |   Inventor(s): Geraldine Zeldes
Keywords(s): Film Category(s): Medical, Communication, Pharmaceutical

The Kings of Flint

DescriptionThis documentary film follows Karate Masters Jacky and Dora King (who are also Master Gardeners,) as they teach students to grow their own food in urban gardens around Flint, Michigan. They see farming as a means of self-defense. When you grow your own food, the Kings say, you know what’s going into your body. The Kings also see farming...
Published: 9/11/2023   |   Inventor(s): Geraldine Zeldes, Troy Hale
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Communication, Food Science and Nutrition, Agriculture

Imported from China

Description of TechnologyThis documentary, created by a team of Michigan State University Journalism and other College of Communication Arts and Sciences students and led by Academic Specialist Troy Hale and Associate Professor Geri Zeldes Alumit, follows several Chinese international students who are grappling with finding a place in American universities...
Published: 1/11/2024   |   Inventor(s): Geraldine Zeldes, Troy Hale
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Communication