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Use this guide to enrich your students' visit to the New England Holocaust Memorial and to challenge their thinking about why communities build memorials.
This extensive documentary reveals New York as a complex and dynamic city that has played an unparalleled role in shaping the nation and reflecting its ideals.
Immigrant mothers sue county doctors, the state, and the U.S. government after they were tricked into sterilizations in the 1960s and 1970s.
The Milgram experiment measured the willingness of test subjects to obey authority in ways contrary to their own judgment and conscience.
The award-winning creators of NPR's Ghetto Life 101 combine their talents to focus on the Ida B. Wells housing project and their personal struggles to survive unrelenting tragedy.
From the beginning of American history, homosexuality and love between people of the same sex have been part of the social and political landscape.
On the eve of the long-awaited Khmer Rouge trial, an American survivor of the genocide returns to Cambodia hoping to unlock the mystery of her father’s disappearance in 1975.
Outcasts United is the story of a refugee soccer team, a remarkable woman coach, and a small southern town turned upside down by the process of refugee resettlement.
Through this resource, students investigate the challenges and possibilities of citizenship by exploring the stories of four young Americans.
Set during World War II and based on a true story, “Pigeon” recounts a rare and startling act of charity.
In 2008, actor Morgan Freeman offers to pay for a Mississippi high school's first-ever integrated senior prom.
What is this thing we call race? Where did the idea come from? “Race: The Power of an Illusion” investigates race in society, science, and history.