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The Invisible People

Invisible to many, the homeless nevertheless exist in most cities and towns. Now there are programs to help them discover hidden talents and find their way to a fresh start.

This documentary highlights an art and photography project in Laconia NH and a transitional program in Canaan NH.

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Superintendent11-May-2016

Hill Prepares For Demise of SAU 18 By Thomas P. Caldwell HILL — With the City of Franklin having submitted a plan to withdraw from School Administrative Unit 18, effective July 1, 2017, the Hill School Board on May 11 reviewed its options for superintendent services, identifying three courses of action. The first option, which the school district was to init..

Surplus10-May-2016

Spoiling Christmas Administration Unhappy With School Board’s Reluctance To Spend By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — The Newfound Area School Board took administrators by surprise on May 9 when it questioned proposals for spending a portion of the $1,024,677 remaining in the budget because of cost savings throughout the year. They may have expe..

Planner09-May-2016

Selectmen Make Hiring and Bid Decisions By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — Selectmen have settled on a candidate for the new position of part-time town planner, an expansion of the traditional code enforcement officer’s job. The board announced the offer, which carries a $24 per hour wage, following a nonpublic session at its May 5 meeting. The candidate's name..

Bristol K906-May-2016

K9 Patrol Decision Delayed For Community Feedback By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — The police chief had all the answers but one: Do the residents of Bristol want a K9? To resolve that question, Chief Michael Lewis suggested that the Bristol Board of Selectmen wait two weeks before voting on his proposal to acquire a trained dog to work with Officer Nicholas K..

Fire Chief25-Apr-2016

No Word On Absent Fire Chief By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — Selectmen are not commenting on the absence of Fire Chief Steve Yannuzzi and they have sealed the minutes of every nonpublic session they have held since town meeting in March, so how many of those meetings pertained to the chief’s position is unknown. When asked why the fire chief has not been wo..

 

 

Reviews and feature stories

Fire and Ice

Thomas P. Caldwell - Friday, April 01, 2016

Music Festival Showcases Alternative Styles
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Dr. Jack

Thomas P. Caldwell - Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Transformative Music Born of Pain and Loss
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Just By Accident

Mustered!

Unlaundered Cache

Video Projects

Santa's Village

Santa's Village in Bristol NH celebrated its 60th year in 2014. The Liberty Project followed the event through from set-up to take-down, and spoke with some of the people who have been part of Santa's Village through the years.

Find out what goes into putting the village together each year, and some of the mishaps that have occurred behind the scenes of a project that has brought joy to generations of families.

Santa's Village prompted the creation of Christmas Village in Laconia NH and countless similar events around the world. BUY

 

Who We Are

The Liberty Independent Media Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit venture formed to create and encourage participation in efforts to record cultural, historical, and creative efforts in the form of video documentaries and stories for print and web, with a special emphasis on people overcoming adversity.

The Liberty Project provides a forum for individuals with their own media projects and seeks out interesting people and events for our own coverage efforts. By broadening the newsgathering force with citizen-journalists and those with something to share, we hope to expand the definition of news to include people of all backgrounds and help to establish lost connections with the broad community of humanity.

Board of Directors

Thomas P. Caldwell, Project Manager (2018)

Deb Braley, President (2018)

Warren D. Huse, Treasurer (2016)

Jennifer Sargent, Director (2017)

Barbara Greenwood, Director (2016)

 

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Upcoming Projects:

Veterans' Voices: Oral histories for the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project

Vera Meyer plays Ben Franklin's Glass Harmonica (Video version)

Building Upon a Dream: Keene Castle

Monarch School of New England

 

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Twilight Culture

This episode is simple in concept and execution yet broad in implications (as the best are). The political commentary is clear-cut and eternal, yet holds a special significance these days. The message? The transformative nature of a state of absolute surveillance.

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