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Racial Borderlands: Suburban Plantation Culture and 'Rancho California (por favor)'
Unformatted Document Text:  Racial Borderlands/10/9/03, p.22 Mumford, Lewis (1963) Technics and Civilization, New York: Harcourt, Brace, and the World. Postman, Neil (1992) Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology. New York: Knopf. Richardson, Lisa (1996) "Child Poverty Level in O.C. Up 73%, Study Says," Los Angeles Times, Saturday May 4, (from AllNewsPlus, R42 of 53, 5/4/96, WL 5266181,p.1). Roszak, Theodore (1986, 1994) The Cult of Information: A Neo-Luddite Treatise on High-Tech, Artificial Intelligence, and the True Art of Thinking. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press. Schrader, Ann (1997) "Diabetes Program Launched State Campaign Targets Latinos," Denver Post, March 28, B04. Sconce, Jeffrey (2000) Haunted Media: Electronic Telepresence from Telegraphy to Television, Durham: Duke University Press. Seiter, Ellen (1999) Television and New Media Audiences. London: Oxford University Press. Silverstone, Roger. 1994. "The Tele-technological System" from Television and Everyday Life, ed. Roger Silverstone and Eric Hirsch. London: Routledge, 78-103. Squires, Sally (1996) "Keeping a Healthy Hispanic Kitchen," Chicago Sun-Times, Wednesday September 25. (from AllNewsPlus, R22 of 53, 1996 WL 6765236, pg. 1.) Turkle, Sherry (1995) Life On Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet, New York: Simon and Schuster. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1996. "Iron Overload Disorders Among Hispanics," Morbidity and Mortality Weekly, Vol. 45, No. 45, ISSN: 0149-2195, November 15. (from AllNewsPlus, 11/15/96 Morbidity & Mortality Wkly.Rep.991, 1996, WL 9200759). Virilio, Paul (1995) Open Sky, New York: Verso. Williams, Raymond. 1974. Television: Technology and Cultural Form. New York: Schocken Books. Acknowledgement:I would like to express my particular appreciation for the insightful work provided by Devora Gomez in each of the four film/video projects described above. Her contributions proved essential in the completion and distribution of these projects. Thanks also to Mixteco organizers Arturo Gonzalez and Sergio Mendez, and to Kanjobal/Guatemalan organizer Victor Gomez for their willingness to let Devora and me participate in their worlds of work. Media Sources/Distribution:Both films—Rancho California (por favor) [65 and 52 min. versions, 35mm and video, c. 2002], and Amor Vegetal: La Cosecha Nuestra (1998) [30 min., video, c. 1998}—are available (by agreement) for rentals, screenings, broadcasts, and distribution by contacting: Agora Telefilm 5860 Los Santos Dr. Long Beach, CA 90815, USA Fax: 562-431-7119 email: ## email not listed ## 1 One such heated interchange in 1996 included the following comments: “If I was down in Mexico, I’d have an ass-kicking coming. And here in the United States, you have one chance to comply. And if you don’t comply, I think you have an ass-kicking coming.” “They should have whacked them a few more times. And the reason is this: They are not coming up here to take the jobs of the middle-class, secure, white-guys, that you guys are. They are coming up here to take the jobs of the kids and inner-city blacks and the Hispanics that can’t get jobs. That’s who they are coming up here to get the jobs of.” “And if they catch you after you’ve done that, you damn well better expect something. You don’t expect to have your skull cracked. You don’t expect to be shot. But a few blows of the baton. You are damn right!” documentary footage in Rancho California (por favor), 65min. color 2002. (hereafter in citations: “Rancho”).

Authors: Caldwell, John.
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Racial Borderlands/10/9/03, p.22
Mumford, Lewis (1963) Technics and Civilization, New York: Harcourt, Brace, and the World.
Postman, Neil (1992) Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology. New York: Knopf.
Richardson, Lisa (1996) "Child Poverty Level in O.C. Up 73%, Study Says," Los Angeles Times,
Saturday May 4, (from AllNewsPlus, R42 of 53, 5/4/96, WL 5266181,p.1).
Roszak, Theodore (1986, 1994) The Cult of Information: A Neo-Luddite Treatise on High-Tech,
Artificial Intelligence, and the True Art of Thinking. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press.
Schrader, Ann (1997) "Diabetes Program Launched State Campaign Targets Latinos," Denver
Post, March 28, B04.
Sconce, Jeffrey (2000) Haunted Media: Electronic Telepresence from Telegraphy to Television,
Durham: Duke University Press.
Seiter, Ellen (1999) Television and New Media Audiences. London: Oxford University Press.
Silverstone, Roger. 1994. "The Tele-technological System" from Television and Everyday Life,
ed. Roger Silverstone and Eric Hirsch. London: Routledge, 78-103.
Squires, Sally (1996) "Keeping a Healthy Hispanic Kitchen," Chicago Sun-Times, Wednesday
September 25. (from AllNewsPlus, R22 of 53, 1996 WL 6765236, pg. 1.)
Turkle, Sherry (1995) Life On Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet, New York:
Simon and Schuster.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1996. "Iron Overload Disorders Among Hispanics,"
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly, Vol. 45, No. 45, ISSN: 0149-2195, November 15. (from
AllNewsPlus, 11/15/96 Morbidity & Mortality Wkly.Rep.991, 1996, WL 9200759).
Virilio, Paul (1995) Open Sky, New York: Verso.
Williams, Raymond. 1974. Television: Technology and Cultural Form. New York: Schocken Books.
Acknowledgement:
I would like to express my particular appreciation for the insightful work provided by Devora Gomez in
each of the four film/video projects described above. Her contributions proved essential in the completion
and distribution of these projects. Thanks also to Mixteco organizers Arturo Gonzalez and Sergio
Mendez, and to Kanjobal/Guatemalan organizer Victor Gomez for their willingness to let Devora and me
participate in their worlds of work.

Media Sources/Distribution:
Both films—Rancho California (por favor) [65 and 52 min. versions, 35mm and video, c. 2002], and Amor
Vegetal: La Cosecha Nuestra
(1998) [30 min., video, c. 1998}—are available (by agreement) for rentals,
screenings, broadcasts, and distribution by contacting:

Agora Telefilm
5860 Los Santos Dr.
Long Beach, CA
90815, USA
Fax: 562-431-7119
email: ## email not listed ##
1
One such heated interchange in 1996 included the following comments: “If I was down in Mexico, I’d have
an ass-kicking coming. And here in the United States, you have one chance to comply. And if you don’t
comply, I think you have an ass-kicking coming.”
“They should have whacked them a few more times. And the reason is this: They are not coming up here to
take the jobs of the middle-class, secure, white-guys, that you guys are. They are coming up here to take the
jobs of the kids and inner-city blacks and the Hispanics that can’t get jobs. That’s who they are coming up
here to get the jobs of.”
“And if they catch you after you’ve done that, you damn well better expect something. You don’t expect to
have your skull cracked. You don’t expect to be shot. But a few blows of the baton. You are damn right!”
documentary footage in Rancho California (por favor), 65min. color 2002. (hereafter in citations: “Rancho”).


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