BOOKS AND DOCUMENTARY VIDEOS ON THE RIBBON
THE RIBBON: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE; edited by Lark Books, Staff and Marianne Philbin;
Lark Books; Asheville, North Carolina, 1985
SEW TO SPEAK: THE FABRIC ART OF MARY MILNE; Linda Pershing;
University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, 1995
THE RIBBON AROUND THE PENTAGON: PEACE BY PEACEMAKERS; Linda Pershing;
The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 1996
ZAP TO PEACE. (1995, 50 minutes, color) A Ribbon fifteen kilometers long (mostly hand prints and names) made by Arab and Jewish children to young adults, and others worldwide, celebrate Peace Day and the United Nations 50 year anniversary. The land and the ocean are lined with the Ribbon, with the help of divers, panels are carried under water andjin Egypt, Israel and Jordan. Segments are contributed by Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Chia and elsewhere. Israel Broadcasting Authority: Israel Television
produced the video, youth television show led the campaign and televised the event along with other news programs. Prime Minister Rabin and Prime Minister Netanyahu are shown participating.
THE RIBBON. (1985, 15 minutes, color) Produced by WAND; gives a brief history of how the Ribbon was started in CA and shows preliminary events leading up to the Ribbon around the Pentagon.
THE RIBBON STARTS HERE. (1985, 45 minutes, color) Produced by Nogel Nobel; Nobel Enterprises. Gives a history of the Ribbon up to 1985, interviews with Justine Merritt, founder of the Ribbon shows events nationwide leading up to the Ribbon around the Pentagon in 1985.
THE RIBBON IN SOUTH AFRICA. (1986, 45 minutes, color) Documentary video on how black and white mothers used the Ribbon project, creating panels and having Ribbon events in front of government buildings to protest their sons going to war and killing each other in South Africa. Ed. By Harriet Gavshon, produced by Co-opration for Development International, Ltd. (CDI).