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Facing Fear (2013)

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In this Academy Award-nominated short documentary, worlds collide when a former neo-Nazi skinhead and the gay victim of his hate crime attack meet by chance 25 years after the incident that dramatically shaped both of their lives. Together, they embark on a journey of forgiveness that challenges both to grapple with their beliefs and fears, eventually leading to an improbable collaboration...

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00:23

School Violence: You Can Prevent It (2016)

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According to a recent report from the National Center for Educational Statistics violence, including student violence against teachers, is on the rise in America’s schools. Statistics show that nearly 7% of high schoolers stayed home because they felt unsafe at or on their way to school.

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00:18

Connect NY: Common Core in New York Schools

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Connect: NY, Conversations That Matter To You. WCNY’s Susan Arbetter hosts New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia and a panel of education stakeholders to discuss the Common Core in New York schools. The program is the first of six episodes of Connect: NY to feature conversations about education issues in the Empire State.

Social Realism (2003)

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Class Consciousness in American Literature, 1875-1920

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00:28

Agricultural and Urban Revolutions (2004)

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What do historians know about the earliest farmers and herders, and the evolution of cities? Newly emerging evidence about the "cradles of civilization" is examined in light of the social, technological, and cultural complexity of recently discovered settlements and cities.

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00:28

Urban and Rural Contrasts (2003)

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This video program features two case studies on India in the region of South Asia:Delhi: Bursting at the Seams

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00:29

Oil and Water (2003)

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This program features two case studies that examine the interaction between humans and natural resources: Egypt: Gift of the Nile

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00:29

Sacred Space, Secular States? (2003)

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This video program features two case studies: Jerusalem: Capital of Two States?and 

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00:29

Strength to Overcome (2003)

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This video program features two case studies on Africa South of the Sahara:South Africa: This Land is My Land

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00:29

Developing Countries (2003)

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This video program features two case studies on Africa South of the Sahara: Cote d'Ivoire: Cocoa and Change

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00:29

The Great Depression and the Keynesian Revolution (2012)

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In 1932, President Herbert Hoover spoke enthusiastically about financial recovery while John Maynard Keynes expressed doubts. In 1936, Keynes published The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money, developing a theory that later became the basis for public policy in Washington.

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00:28

GNP/GDP (2012)

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During the Great Depression, Simon Kuznets led an investigative study resulting in the first publication of the nation’s national income. It was called the Gross National Product (GNP). Using GNP to assess the overall production-to-consumption ratio of the U.S., President Roosevelt entered World War II without jeopardizing the basic needs of U.S. citizens.

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00:28

Reducing Poverty (2012)

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During the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt put forth a Social Security program, using money from employer/employee contributions. In 1996, President Bill Clinton signed the Welfare Reform Act, requiring welfare recipients to move into the work force.

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00:28

Resources and Scarcity (2012)

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Faced with dwindling resources, Congress fiercely debated whether to preserve 100 million acres of Alaskan land as a national park or open the land for mineral exploration. The need to provide both guns and butter during World War II led to an unprecedented period of economic growth. In the 1970s, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered U.S.

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00;28

The Firm: How can it keep costs down? (2012)

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In 1980, renowned soda company Coca-Cola replaced sugar with high-fructose corn extract in order to lower production costs. In 1963, Studebaker closed its plant, unable to increase sales and take advantage of economies of scale. In the 21st century, printing and publishing company PrintPOD, Inc. avoided increasing domestic labor expenses by tapping into the workforce in India.

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00:28

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