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Chilean wind ensemble "Grupo Raiz" in the early 1980s. Source:

Sep. 24, 2010

Milos Stehlik continues our occasional series Images, Movies and Race with filmmaker Jan Sharp. They discuss what it's like to observe Hollywood racism as an Australian outsider. And, this month U.S. citizens observed the 9th anniversary of 9/11, but few know the significance of that day in Chilean history. On September 11, 1973, a U.S.-backed military junta toppled an elected president, beginning decades of violent repression. A group of Chilean exiles reflect on the coup and how music transformed their terror into healing.