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Post-World War I Recovery: Crash Course European History #36

Post-World War I Recovery: Crash Course European History #36

Hi I’m John Green and this is Crash Course European History. So, Europe has made it through World War I, we did it everybody! It was easier for us than it was for them. But now we have to ask the question: how does a society recover from catastrophe? Well, in some ways, Europe made it look easy. It was the “Roaring Twenties” and a more modern consumer economy arrived featuring electricity and telephones in homes and nightclubsAnd all these…

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Building a Culture of Kindness With a Day of Service

Building a Culture of Kindness With a Day of Service

>>Girl: How do you say “Welcome” in Spanish?>>Penny: Bienvenidos.>>Irina: In the seven years that we’ve done the Day of Caring, I’ve seen a huge growth in terms of students thinking outside of themselves.>>Girl: You get to experience happiness for helping someone else.>>Irina: At this stage of development, sixth, seventh and eighth grade, putting yourself in the place of someone else, that’s not easy to do all the time.>>Boy: Pay it forward!>>Kids: Yeah! That’s right.>>Irina: Here at Tilden, we’re really mindful…

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Doing Race Through the Culture Cycle (RaceWorks Series, Video 11)

Doing Race Through the Culture Cycle (RaceWorks Series, Video 11)

[MUSIC] How do people “do race” in society? The “culture cycle” is a tool that helps us map this out. Race operates across different levels of society: the individual level the interactional level the institutional level and the ideological level. These levels can be represented in a useful tool called the “culture cycle.” Let’s take a look at each level to see how it contributes to how we “do race.” When people think about race, they often start at the…

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Hacksaw Ridge (Freedom of Conscience)

Hacksaw Ridge (Freedom of Conscience)

The movie Hacksaw Ridge is a World War II drama based on the true story of Desmond Doss. “Who the hell is Private Doss?” “I always dreamed about being a doctor, but uh…didn’t get much school. I can’t stay here while all of them go fight for me.” “Did you figure this war is just gonna fit in with your ideas?” “While everybody else is taking life, I’m gonna be saving it. That’s gonna be my way to serve.” “This…

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Student Reporting Labs on misconceptions about race and culture

Student Reporting Labs on misconceptions about race and culture

>>Stewart: PBS NEWSHOUR STUDENT REPORTING LABS EXPLORE STEREOTYPES AS PART OF THEIR “NO LABELS ATTACHED” SERIES. TODAY, WE TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT YOUNG AMERICANS ARE SAYING ABOUT RACE, CULTURE AND THE MISCONCEPTIONS THEY FACE.>>WHEN I HEAR THE WORD “STEREOTYPE,” I FEEL IT’S A WORD THAT, LIKE, HAS– DOESN’T HAVE A GOOD AURA AROUND IT. IT MAKES ME FEEL, LIKE, UPSET WHEN I HEAR IT. I’M NOT GOING TO JUDGE YOU ON WHAT YOU LOOK LIKE OR LIKE, I’M GOING…

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I Learn America – New Day Films – Children, Youth, and Families – Education

I Learn America – New Day Films – Children, Youth, and Families – Education

-My dad said I’m gonna come to the United States, I’m gonna be here working three years, and then I’m gonna go back to Guatemala. He was coming here, but halfway in Mexico, he was killed. [peaceful music] -Cross the room if you are not from the United States. -Oh, me! -Oh man. -Our students are recent immigrant English-language learners from about 52 different countries. -They are the American dream. -Yah! Yah yah! -The options are to either nurture and…

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Sea Grant: Fifty Years of Science Serving America’s Coast

Sea Grant: Fifty Years of Science Serving America’s Coast

For fifty years the National Sea Grant College Program has been promoting economic development and coastal businesses. it has been fostering stewardship of coastal habitats and it has been aiding the responsible use of America’s ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources. This highly effective program was the brainchild of oceanographer Athelstan Spilhaus. The idea caught hold and Senator Claiborne Pell of Rhode Island championed it in Washington. in 1966, The National Sea Grant College Program Act was signed into law….

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Article no. 2

Article no. 2

Article to Both the national socialist and communist dictatorships committed war crimes and crimes against humanity new regimes often try to get rid of people with differing opinions the politicians the writers anyone who could sway people to show resistance also, crimes against national minorities and genocide were committed during the first and second world war the persecution and oppression of judaism gave birth to anti-semitism the hatred of jews When Hitler rose to power that hatred spread throughout Germany…

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