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The Neal Spelce Collection, No. 7 - Our Partner in Progress

Neal Spelce

Sound | c. 1970-1972

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  •  The history and treasures of Peru’s native people, including the Incas 
  •  Texas is paired with Peru as part of the Alliance for Progress organization 
  •  A closer look at Peru, beginning with Lima 
  •  Sixty percent of the nation’s population lives among the high mountains 
  •  Peru plans to colonize and develop jungle areas to help solve the nation’s economic issues 
  •  Peruvians huddle in squatter settlements outside of Lima 
  •  United States aid programs help Peruvian farmers complete improvement projects 
  •  A University of Texas alumnus meets with the chairman of the Texas Partners of the Alliance to show off his plans for new civic centers and housing developments 
  •  A message from the chairman of the Texas Partners of the Alliance 
  •  What Peru offers for the businessman, tourist, and Texans concerned about tomorrow 
 
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This KPRC news broadcast outlines the purpose of the Texas Partners of the Alliance and their partnership with Peru. The film offers an introductory glimpse into the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Peru as well as the harsh socioeconomic conditions that the Alliance hopes to address. The footage concludes with the president of the Texas Partners of the Alliance urging viewers to join in the effort to aid Peru in their struggles. Texas Partners of the Alliance falls under the umbrella of the Alliance for Progress organization, which partners various states in the U.S. with republics of Latin America in an effort to encourage economic cooperation and cultural exchanges. The broadcast is narrated, and probably written, by Ray Miller, News Director, KPRC-TV.