VIDEO PLAYLIST: Why Art is Important with Bob and Roberta Smith

Merging the arts with social emotional learning and academic learning helps create students who care about the world in which they live. A great video playlist on why the arts matter.

VIDEO: Noam Chomsky & Lawrence Krauss: An Origins Project Dialogue

Science, Mind, and Politics is a candid and unscripted conversation on contemporary issues on the nature of humanity, the power of science and the mind, and global social justice.

VIDEO PLAYLIST: Sound Smart Series: Historian and Author Yohuru Williams

Yohuru R. Williams is Professor of History and Author of Black Politics/White Power: Civil Rights Black Power and Black Panthers in New Haven. 11 total videos in this video playlist and a great History Channel educational program series.

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The Climate Science Report Trump Hoped to Ignore will Resonate Outside of Washington, DC

The Climate Science Report Trump Hoped to Ignore will Resonate Outside of Washington, DC Originally published on The Conversation | 2017 |Gary W. Yohe, Wesleyan University | Photo: Joshlo Pezphoto (CC BY 2.0) | Read the original article | Photo: BEAUMONT, TX, UNITED...

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VIDEO: Is California’s Teacher Union Building Movement Power?

VIDEO: Is California’s Teacher Union Building Movement Power? By Anthony Cody | livingindialogue.com | 2017 | Living In Dialogue | Twitter: @LivingnDialogue | Network for Public Education | Twitter: Network4pubEd By Anthony Cody Last weekend the Network for Public...

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VIDEO PLAYLIST: It’s National Poetry Day In the UK! Let’s Make It Michael Rosen Day!

It's National Poetry Day In the UK! Let’s Make It Michael Rosen Day! Michael Rosen is a fearless friend to all the children in the UK and around world. He is like Roald Dahl’s Big Friendly Giant – a huge force for good in the world and the best wordsmith on the...

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VIDEO: Leonardo DiCaprio Talks With John Kerry About America’s Future & Climate Change

VIDEO: Closing Plenary: Citizen Engagement & Activism: Leonardo DiCaprio Talks With John Kerry About America's Future & Climate Change In his fist year Trump has moved quickly to unravel Obama-era policies meant to reduce the United States’ carbon footprint and fight...

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Elizabeth Kolbert: An Honest Conversation About Climate Change Is Needed in Wake of Irma & Harvey

Elizabeth Kolbert: An Honest Conversation About Climate Change Is Needed in Wake of Irma & Harvey What do you do if you’re a climate scientist and global leaders won’t listen to you? The public knows it’s happening. Journalists know too. We all do. “It will be...

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Passion to Teach, a Film Celebrating the Teacher-Student Dynamic – a Review by Mercedes Schneider

Passion to Teach, a Film Celebrating the Teacher-Student Dynamic - a Review by Mercedes Schneider By Mercedes Schneider | Originally published on Mercedes Schneider’s EduBlog | 2017 | Follow Mercedes Schneider @deutsch29blog Syndication made possible through Patreon....

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VIDEO: WGBH Forum – Noam Chomsky and Amy Goodman Discuss Inequality – Requiem for the American Dream

VIDEO: WGBH Forum - Noam Chomsky and Amy Goodman Discuss Inequality - Requiem for the American Dream Amy Goodman (Democracy Now!) and Noam Chomsky held a public discussion at the First Parish Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2017. Part of the discussion focused on...

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Nisga’a Writer and Poet Jordan Abel Wins the Griffin Poetry Prize for his Poem “Injun”

Nisga'a Writer and Poet Jordan Abel Wins the Griffin Poetry Prize for his Poem "Injun" (Photo by: Hannah James) Jordan Abel's Griffin Poetry Prize win is for 'everyone that fights against appropriation' If you can listen to Jordan Abel reading from his poem Injun...

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The Value Of Music in Education: by Garn Press Author Steve Nelson

The Value Of Music in Education: by Garn Press Author Steve Nelson Steve Nelson, Head of Calhoun School 1998-2017 in NYC, one of America’s most notable progressive schools, and Author of First Do No Harm: Progressive Education in a Time of Existential Risk (Garn...

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VIDEO: Democracy Now – Yale Historian Timothy Snyder on How the U.S. Can Avoid Sliding into Authoritarianism

VIDEO: Democracy Now - Yale Historian Timothy Snyder on How the U.S. Can Avoid Sliding into Authoritarianism Part 1 & 2 Published on Democracy Now! | 2017 | Full Transcript | On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century | Photo Credit: Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung...

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VIDEO: With Unrelenting Logic Noam Chomsky Shatters the Myths that we are Politically Enculturated into Believing

VIDEO: With Unrelenting Logic Noam Chomsky Shatters the Myths that we are Politically Enculturated into Believing Noam Chomsky, who is now 88 years old, began reading political pamphlets in bookshops on the Lower East Side of Manhattan when he was 14 years of age. He...

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VIDEO PLAYLIST: History Channel Sound Smart Series: Historian and Author Yohuru Williams

VIDEO PLAYLIST: History Channel Sound Smart Series: Historian and Author Yohuru Williams Yohuru R. Williams is Professor of History and Author of Black Politics/White Power: Civil Rights Black Power and Black Panthers in New Haven. In this video series historian...

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Greenland Ice Researcher Jason Box’s Speech at the People’s Climate March – April 29, 2017

Greenland Ice Researcher Jason Box's Speech at the People’s Climate March – April 29, 2017 Dr. Jason E. Box (@climate_ice) is a Greenland ice climatologist with more than 20 lead and more than 70 co-authored journal articles. Follow Jason Box on Twitter @climate_ice....

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Peoples Climate March – April 29, 2017 in Washington, D.C. and Sister Marches in Satellite Cities

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