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Beyond Hatred: The Role of Tolerance in a Democratic Society

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In this clip associated with the Beyond Hatred lesson plan, François's sister narrates what happened when François was killed over a long shot of the park where he was murdered.

Tough Love | The Standard?

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The Family Treatment Court discusses Patrick and the parenting standard to which he should be held.

The documentary film Tough Love chronicles the separate journeys of Patrick Brown, a single, white father in Seattle, and Hasna "Hannah" Siddique, a newly married Bangladeshi-born mother of two in New York City, as they fight to make their families whole again after their children were taken from them due to neglect. Through intimate, vérité footage, we witness firsthand the complex bureaucracy of America's child welfare system and the powerful role that poverty and other challenges play in keeping parents and children apart.

Tough Love | A Knock on the Door

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"I didn't know what it was like to be a mother."

The documentary film Tough Love chronicles the separate journeys of Patrick Brown, a single, white father in Seattle, and Hasna "Hannah" Siddique, a newly married Bangladeshi-born mother of two in New York City, as they fight to make their families whole again after their children were taken from them due to neglect. Through intimate, vérité footage, we witness firsthand the complex bureaucracy of America's child welfare system and the powerful role that poverty and other challenges play in keeping parents and children apart.

Even If They’re Wrong, They’re Right | American Masters

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Celebrated American novelist Phillip Roth is the author of 27 award-winning books - most of which have received national and/or international critical acclaim.In this video segment, Roth shares many of the details of his unique writing process.For each book in development, Roth relies upon the candid feedback of a trusted coterie of friends. Ultimately though, Roth decides what changes he will make to the manuscripts. Even if Roth disagrees with his friends’ suggestions, he says their feedback is vital because it opens up his thinking and gives him a fresh perspective on his work.

Is Buying Call of Duty a Moral Choice? | PBS Idea Channel

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Can the choice to engange in video games be compared to the use of firearms? Many action-oriented games include the use of weapons, and of those digital objects, many are in fact licensed by real-life arms dealers. Which means that when you buy a video game, you're also putting money in the pockets of those gun manufacturers. That's fine and dandy if you're a fan of guns, but if you are someone who considers themselves anti-gun, this creates quite the moral quandary. 

When I Walk | Clip 4 | Scooting Around

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On their fourth date, Alice and Jason both ride scooters around the Guggenheim Museum.

When I Walk | Clip 5 | What Happens When I Can't Eat My Food?

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Alice and Jason discuss the future of their relationship after Jason experiences health setbacks.

Seven Songs for a Long Life | Lesson Plan: Clips

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Hospice care is rarely associated with singing and laughter, but the care provided at Strathcarron Hospice is different. At this remarkable Scottish hospice center, patients face pain, uncertainty and the possibility of life’s end with song and humor.

Tough Love | Putting Life Back Together

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Patrick attends Family Treatment Court.

The documentary film Tough Love chronicles the separate journeys of Patrick Brown, a single, white father in Seattle, and Hasna "Hannah" Siddique, a newly married Bangladeshi-born mother of two in New York City, as they fight to make their families whole again after their children were taken from them due to neglect. Through intimate, vérité footage, we witness firsthand the complex bureaucracy of America's child welfare system and the powerful role that poverty and other challenges play in keeping parents and children apart.

James Baldwin

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Learn about James Baldwin, the man, writer, culture critic, and activist, in this video from First Person. In the accompanying activities, students use archival footage, speeches, and passages from his most famous works to learn about the intersectionality that defined and influenced Baldwin’s career.

For more resources like this, see the rest of the Understanding LGBTQ+ Identity: A Toolkit for Educators collection.

Out in the Night - The Second Telling: The News

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This clip focuses on the way various media sources reported the events on the night of the arrest in 2006.

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