Ted Wansley's production takes us alongside the National Vanguard hurricane relief volunteers.
by Melanie M. Carroll
WHEN NATIONAL VANGUARD volunteers, some from as far away as central Florida, went on the road to distribute relief supplies to White workers and families in need in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, video producer and journalist Ted Wansley was there. This 17-minute film is the result. As David Daugherty reports on the piece's premier venue, natvantampa.com:
"The video report on the National Vanguard hurricane relief effort is now available for download. It's more of a mini-documentary than a standard news report. It has a more relaxed, informal style than previous videos -- featuring footage taken over the course of two days, informal interviews, comments, and background music.
"The Tampa Unit of National Vangurd extends their sincere thanks to Ted Wansley and the dedicated activists who make these videos possible." (ILLUSTRATION: Ted Wansley reports from the Gulf Coast.)
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