University Offers Documentaries to Public
“Crop of Fear.” “Cultivating a Dream.” “The Pleasure of Menopause.” “What Will We Eat Tomorrow?”
These are just a few of the titles from an extensive list of documentaries available from the StateUniversity at a Distance (UNED). The university has made the videos – which touch on topics including the environment, health, economics and the Central American Free-Trade Agreement with the United States (CAFTA) – available to the public.
To buy a copy of one of the documentaries in DVD format, contact Jaime Enrique García at 527-2645 or e-mail email@example.com. Prices range from ¢500-1,000 ($1-2).
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