Willie Brown Documentary: Interviews with John Mockler, Kathy Snodgrass, and Phil Isenberg

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Excerpts of raw, uncut footage used for 1993 documentary “Willie Brown,” directed and produced by Susan Brown. Includes interviews with John Mockler (part 2), Kathy Snodgrass, and Phil Isenberg. Mockler describes how Willie Brown changed the education system in California and reflects on his "old flash of real anger around stupidity and fundamental unfairness," describing his legacy as the “defender of high values.” Kathy Snodgrass discusses what it was like working for Willie Brown. Phil Isenberg talks about the way Willie Brown has influenced his life.

Identifier
WB 158
Creator
Susan Brown, Producer
Date
1993
Duration
00:25:58
Format (physical)
Betacam SP
Color
Format (digital)
MPEG-4
Copyright Statement
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Language
eng
Publisher
Susan E. Brown, Chartreuse Pictures, Copyright Holder
Source
Willie Brown Collection
Institution
San Francisco Bay Area Television Archives, J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State University
Views
800

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