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    Cold War-Era Educational Films

    This lesson plan about Cold War-era science education films opens with two reflective question that ask…

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    Hemo the Magnificent (1957) and Christianity

    Professor Karen Rader talked about the influence of Christian imagery in the mid-20th century film…

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    Plot and Characters of Hemo the Magnificent (1957)

    Professor Karen Rader talked about the plot of and characters in the mid-20th century film "Hemo."

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    Duck and Cover (1951)

    Professor Karen Rader talked about the 1951 children's film, "Duck and Cover."

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    Cold War Anti-Communist Trading Cards

    This lesson plan about the Bowman Bubblegum Anti-Communism Cold War Trading Cards opens with two…

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    Fear and Fear Management

    Cold War historian and Director of Cold War Archives Research at Columbia University's European…

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    The Crusade for Freedom

    Cold War historian and Director of Cold War Archives Research at Columbia University's European…

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    Cold War Events

    Cold War historian and Director of Cold War Archives Research at Columbia University's European…

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    Containment and the "Long Telegram"

    Cold War historian and Director of Cold War Archives Research at Columbia University's European…

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    The Cards

    Cold War historian and Director of Cold War Archives Research at Columbia University's European…

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    African American Women in Arts and Literature

    This lesson plan about five African American women in arts and literature during the Civil Rights era…

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    Pauli Murray

    St. Joseph’s University professor Katherine Sibley discusses the life and legacy of Pauli Murray.

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    Anne Moody

    St. Joseph’s University professor Katherine Sibley discusses the life and legacy of Anne Moody.

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    Nina Simone

    St. Joseph’s University professor Katherine Sibley discusses the life and legacy of Nina Simone.

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    Lorraine Hansberry

    St. Joseph’s University professor Katherine Sibley discusses the life and legacy of Lorraine Hansberry.

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    Billie Holiday

    St. Joseph’s University professor Katherine Sibley discusses the life and legacy of Billie Holiday.

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    StudentCam Documentary Competition Step-by-Step Guide

    Looking for a project-based learning experience? StudentCam challenges middle and high school students…

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    Do Historians Watch Enough TV? Broadcast News as a Primary Source

    Sage Goodwin, History Ph.D. Candidate at Oxford University, talked about this essay written by David…

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    History of Political Polling in the United States

    In this lesson, students will hear from data journalist Elliott Morris, U.S. correspondent for The…

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    Suggestions to Improve Polling

    Data journalist Elliott Morris, U.S. correspondent for The Economist, offers suggestions to boost public…

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