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Students at a California elementary school learn about the impact of bullying and lead a cross-grade project to create a more inclusive and welcoming school community.
Leslie Gilbert-Lurie and Rita Lurie reflect on Rita’s experiences as a Holocaust survivor.
Student Leila M. tells her family’s story of coming to the United States from Iran
Rita Lurie, Holocaust survivor, explains what her life after the end of World War II.
Rita Lurie describes her experiences as a child hiding from the Nazis and Polish farmers.
Journalists, media professionals and a high school student reflect on the challenges of reporting and understanding what was going on in Ferguson, Missouri, during protests there.
Lynda Lowery describes "Bloody Sunday" and the resolve that motivated her throughout.
In this clip from American Creed, Marine Corps veteran Tegan Griffith responds to the question, “What does it mean to be American?” and shares the responsibility that she feels comes with her American identity.
This video introduces Mona Golabek, concert pianist and author of “The Children of Willesden Lane.”
Doc Miller introduces a class that he taught about Stanley Milgram's obedience experiment.
Social psychologist James Edward Waller uses the stories of the Nazis at Nuremburg to discuss human capacity for evil.
Florence Sloan explains why the work of Facing History and Ourselves resonates with her.