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Published on Oct 17, 2010
Part 2 of 4. Estonian writer/biographer Sirje Kiin speaks at Dakota State University's Mundt Library about resistance to soviet occupation of Estonia in the 20th century and the country's regaining of independence through a "singing revolution". This presentation, part of the University's Celebration of Benjamin Franklin, includes two short clips from the documentary film "The Singing Revolution" by James and Maureen Tusty.