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Students at a high school in Ohio raise awareness about bullying by mapping the spaces in their school where bullying takes place.
In this video illustrating the Wason Rule Discovery Test, people are asked to determine the rule governing a sequence of three numbers.
This episode of Chicano! examines the beginnings of a national movement for social justice by profiling Reies Lopez Tijerina and the 1966–1967 land grant movement in New Mexico.
This episode of Chicano! chronicles the efforts of farm workers to form a national labor union under the nonviolent leadership of César Chávez.
This episode of Chicano! paints a picture of the struggle to reform an education system that failed to properly education Mexican American students.
This episode of Chicano! focuses on the emergence of Mexican Americans political activism and the creation of a third political party, La Raza Unida.
Scholar Joshua A. Fogel discusses the history of interactions between Japan and China.
Reporters, media professionals, and a graduate student explore the power of social media for sharing news and information, catalyzing social activism, and allowing citizens to play a watchdog role.
Reporters and media professionals give suggestions for how to avoid our own biases when we consume news.
In this clip from American Creed, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice recalls childhood memories and explains how her family legacy has influenced who she is today.
Kwame Anthony Appiah discusses how and why humans create a “we and they” distinction.
Jennifer Jones-Clark leads a workshop on ostracism and bullying.