Part II with Pete O’Neal

Posted by the listening project on Friday, September 14th, 2007

Like everywhere else we went, in Tanzania we spoke (and listened) to people from all walks of life about their views of the United States. Around Arusha, several people mentioned an American we should talk to, a guy named Pete O’Neal who had been living in Tanzania for over 30 years. It didn’t make sense to spend much time on an American in the film but we found the conversations with Pete – as well as with the bright young people at his United African Alliance Community Center (UAACC) – were so powerful that we’re posting some video outtakes here.

Part I of the video and more about Pete is featured on the “Who We Are” page. Here’s Part II:

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One Response to “Part II with Pete O’Neal”

  1. On November 16th, 2007 at 3:52 am, Professor Ike said:

    This part II of Pete O’Neal’s interview should have been included in the final cut. Nevertheless, the Project is a superb accomplishment!

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