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dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationBullfrog Films; Centre Park Video and Giftsen
dc.description.abstractAnimal rights activist Henry Spira almost single-handedly put the issue of animal testing on the radar screen of everyday people and brought about a change in corporate thinking. This program profiles his life and work and offers a portrait of a focused social activist. "Admired and respected by not only by his supporters, but also by many of his opponents, Henry had the foresight to propose positive outcomes for his opponents while at the same time advancing his own cause. His success, without any organization behind him, is proof that one person can make a difference." [This paragraph taken from the description of the film provided by Bullfrog Films.] This film is a Winner of the Gold Apple, National Education Media Network Competition; appears on the ALA [American Library Associateion] Notable Videos for Adults List; and received an Honorable Mention, Columbus International Film & Video Festival.en
dc.subjectAnimal Rightsen
dc.subject.classificationAnimal Welfareen
dc.subject.classificationAnimal Experimentationen
dc.titleHenry: One Man's Way (1997)en
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