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Honoring Black History Month
February is Black History Month, and its significance in education has never been greater.

This month - and throughout the year - Black History Month plays a vital role in safeguarding the integrity of our recorded history, and in celebrating the diverse experiences and contributions of our Black communities.

Championing Gender Equality in Science
Did you know that women make up only 28% of the workforce in science and engineering roles? Let's work together to change these statistics. Celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science by streaming 'Picture a Scientist'.
Discover the Black Hills:
Lakota Nation vs. United Sates
A clash of Lakota heritage and colonial history. From the Fort Laramie Treaty to Mount Rushmore, learn how the Oceti Sakowin faced settlers and the U.S. Army.
In The Spotlight:
Anxious Nation
It started in 2019 with a single post on Facebook: "Kids and Anxiety, who is dealing with it?"
Use this film to discuss America's anxiety and mental health crisis and how destigmatization can help us learn to harness anxious energy and use it for good.
Limited time offer: "Gratitude Revealed" free for Educators!
From acclaimed filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg, explore the profound impact of mindful appreciation and the mental health benefits of conscious gratitude in building connection and resilience.
Register using this invitation code: GRF-EAC, and enjoy the film!
Explore the ocean floor:
Narrated by Jason Momoa, Deep Rising takes us into the gripping world of the ocean’s deepest depths and reveals the geopolitical dangers threatening our fragile ecosystem.
Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops - Free Streaming For All U.S. Law Enforcement
Back again by popular demand! Join the over 1,500 law enforcement agencies utilizing their free access of Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops. Use the code EJCC-LE23 to register.

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Breaking Barriers: Documentaries Reshaping Perspectives

Explore “Floyd Abrams Speaking Freely” and “Nuclear Now – Time to Look Again” for an involved journey through critical issues. These documentaries transcend entertainment, offering valuable insights. “Floyd Abrams Speaking Freely” delves into the foundational principles of free speech, enriching classroom discussions on civil liberties. “Nuclear Now” prompts a reevaluation of nuclear energy policies, fostering informed student debates on climate change and energy poverty.

Floyd Abrams. Speaking Freely poster