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Students consider the impact of the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, and share the scenes that resonate most with them.
Giles Hodges describes the riot that erupted in 1933 Toronto when a group of Nazi-inspired men raised a swastika flag at a local baseball game.
Journalists discuss the idea of bias and explain the processes they follow to combat bias in their reporting.
Kwame Anthony Appiah reflects on factors that affect our individual moral decision making.
Claude Steele describes the idea and effects of stereotype threat in our daily lives.
Author Wes Moore reflects on the very thin line that separates “us” from the “other.”
Journalists, media professionals, and a high school student discuss the different ways that people respond to the news, including a particular photo taken during a Ferguson protest.
This film tells the story of the school integration battle in Hoxie, Arkansas.
Scholars Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, John R. Bowen, and Sir Keith Ajegbo discuss different aspects of immigration in today’s society.
Former Jewish partisan Aron Bell describes how weapons were essential to the life of a partisan.
Sara Terry introduces some of the long-term work funded by the Aftermath Project.
Former Jewish partisans discuss the goals, challenges, and personal motives of the Jews who resisted the Germans.