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Educational Video - Schoolhouse Rock: America - Disney Educational Productions Classroom Edition
Schoolhouse Rock!: America
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Take a pilgrimage through American history with the award-winning series that has engaged generations of school children. With eleven classic animated songs, including "Shot Heard 'Round the World" and "Fireworks," your students will feel the beat of history as they learn about the key milestones, events and people that make up this great country.

Languages: English

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Educational Videos - Schoolhouse Rock: Election Collection - Disney Educational Productions Classroom Edition
Schoolhouse Rock!: Election Collection
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WINNER: Parents' Choice Award Product Recommendation, 2009

A collection of the beloved classic Schoolhouse Rock! songs that specifically address election issues like the Electoral College, taxation, and women's right to vote, perfectly timed for election season!

Languages: English

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Selma, Lord, Selma
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See the profoundly moving early days of the Civil Rights Movement through the eyes of two young heroes who help Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. organize a black voter registration march in Selma, Alabama.

2000 Bronze Plaque, Columbus International Film Festival; 2006 Teacher's Choice Award Winner, Learning Magazine

Languages: English

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The Loretta Claiborne Story
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Inspire students with this unforgettable portrayal of the life of Loretta Claiborne, a world-class athlete and one of the most inspirational women of our time.

Languages: English

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Miracle At Midnight
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In WWII Nazi-occupied Europe, the true story of how the citizens of Copenhagen helped all but 60 of the town's 7,500 Jews escape Nazi persecution by sneaking them out a midnight to a safe haven in Sweden.

Awards: 1998 Gold Award, Houston International Film Festival; 1998 Golden Eagle, CINE; 1998 Gold Camera, US International Film & Video Festival; 2000 Bronze Plaque, Columbus International Film Festival

Languages: English

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Ruby Bridges
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Enrich civil rights lessons with the inspiring true story of one little girl whose strength and dignity during the racially charged 1960s helped change history! When bright six-year-old Ruby is chosen to be the first African-American student to integrate her local New Orleans elementary school, she is subjected to the true ugliness of racism for the very first time. But guided by the love of her mother and father, Ruby's heroic struggle for a better education becomes a lesson for us all.

Awards: 1998 Special Jury Award, Houston International Film Festival; 1998 Golden Eagle, CINE; 1998 Silver Screen Award, US International Film & Video Festival; 2000 Bronze Plaque, Columbus International Film Festival

Languages: English

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American Legends Volume 1: The Legend Of Johnny Appleseed And Pecos Bill
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Celebrate the legends that inspired a country with classic stories of real American heroes. Students will meet the doers and dreamers who made America great.

Languages: English

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American Legends Volume 2: Paul Bunyan, John Henry, And The Saga Of Windwagon Smith
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Experience a uniquely American form of storytelling. From tall tale to real deal, each story introduces students to an irresistible American folk hero.

Awards: 2002 Golden Eagle, CINE

Languages: English

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The Color Of Friendship
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In 1977, the family of African-American congressman Ron Dellums hosted a South African exchange student, prompting two teenagers - one black, one white - to confront personal biases and institutional racism.

Languages: English

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The Ernest Green Story
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Show students what conditions were like for the Little Rock Nine, a group of courageous black students who enrolled in an all-white Arkansas high school. As a senior, Ernest Green withstood harassment and restrictive conditions for a chance to get a better education and uphold our Constitution.

Awards: 2001 - The Chris Award (Highest Honor), Columbus International Film Festival

Languages: English

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