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    Situation in Iraq

    The guests discussed the situation in Iraq and possible U.S. military action that may result from the current problems. The guests then took questions from the audience of high school…

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    Life and Career of Malcolm X

    Two analysts familiar with the work and career of the late civil rights activist Malcolm X spoke on the affect of Malcolm X on the civil rights movement and American society. Scenes…

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    Students' First Amendment Rights

    The panelists answered high school students' questions about first amendment and freedom of speech rights. Courts have often ruled in favor of schools being able to censor student…

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    Sexual Harassment in Schools

    The guests took questions from young people concerning sexual
    harassment in schools. They spoke about the effects thisharassment
    has on young people, especially women.

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    Sex Education in Schools

    The participants talked about sex education and how it is taught in their schools.

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    Native American Education

    The federal role in Native American education, the programs available to Native American students and funding priorities for the future were discussed during this…

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    1992 Citizen Bee National Final

    High school students from around the country competed in the final round of a national citizenship contest in which they answered difficult questions about American history and current…

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    Religious Freedom Restoration Act

    Panelists discussed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act which came before the Supreme Court earlier this year and how it was handled in the Court. Ms. Hamilton and…

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    Conflict in Somalia

    Mr. Branch and Ms. Stingle responded to questions from an audience of high-school students from around the nation on the history and current state of the famine in Somalia, a…

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    Roger Wilkins Interview

    Professor Wilkins talked about his experiences during the civil rights movement and his study of urban poverty and culture. He also took questions from a panel of Washington, DC area…

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    Close Up on C-SPAN Anniversary

    Close Up Foundation marked 25 years of its programs on C-SPAN. Founder Mr. Janger, Mr. Bond, and Mr. Milewski talked about the history of Close Up Foundation and C-SPAN,…

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    Teaching Values in the Classroom

    Participants discussed how schools teach values, both implicitly and explicitly, and how they can work with parents and communities to teach values. They also examined what values…

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    Women in the Media

    Ms. Gilliam and Ms. Crowley spoke on the role of women in the media industry in front of a studio audience consisting primarily of senior citizens. They discussed the impact…

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    Race Relations

    Three college journalists expressed their views on race relations in
    the United States and on college campuses. Dr. Adams described the civil rights era and the differences…

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    English As Official U.S. Language

    The guests discussed a current debate in education circles and in Congress about whether English should be declared the official language of the United States.

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    Representative Cleo Fields

    Rep. Fields talked about how he got interested in politics and his position on various issues. He also talked about his own interest in educating young people about…

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    Sexual Harassment

    High school students discussed sexual harassment in schools.

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    Global Warming

    Guests examined whether global warming is a result of human activity and its impact on the environment. They also addressed how humankind’s role in causing climate changes can be…

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    Freedom of Expression and Students

    The guests discussed how public high schools deal with student expression in terms of restricting or regulating types of expression of speech or dress.

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    Department of Health and Human Services

    Secretary Shalala talked about her position as Health and Human Services Secretary, and the many areas of this large department which consumes approximately 40 percent of the federal…

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