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Cyber Bullying - Poland Community School: SSC 2015

Poland Community School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. Students there looked at the effects of cyber bullying on their school.

Hunger, Homelessness - Messalonskee Middle School: SSC 2015

Messalonskee Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge.

Healthy Food - York Middle School: SSC 2015

York Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. These students thought about how to introduce healthy eating habits into their school.

Animal Rights - York Middle School: SSC 2015

York Middle School Participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. These students focused on issues around Animal Rights.

Animal Abuse -- Messalonskee Middle School: SSC 2015

Messalonskee Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. These students addressed issues around animal abuse.

Hunger - Messalonskee Middle School: SSC 2015

Messalonskee Middle School participates in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. These students focused on issues of hunger in their community.

Bullying - Messalonskee Middle School: SSC 2015

Messalonskee Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. These students looked into the prevalence and causes of bullying.

Child Abuse -- Messalonskee Middle School: SSC 2015

Messalonskee Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge.

Poverty - Leonard Middle School: SSC 2015

Leonard Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. These students focused on issues around Poverty.

Sustainable Energy 2 - King Middle School: SSC 2015

King Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. All their students participated in an "expedition" focused on energy use.

Sustainable Energy 1 - King Middle School: SSC 2015

King Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge.

Drug & Alcohol Abuse - York Middle School: SSC 2015

York Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. This group of students took on the issues around teen alcohol and drug abuse.

Plastic Bags & the Environment - York Middle School: SSC 2015

York Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge.

Land Conservation - York Middle School: SSC 2015

York Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. This group of students focused on issues around Land Conservation.

Hunger - York Middle School: SSC 2015

York Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. This group worked on issues around Hunger.

Carbon Footprint, York Middle School: SSC 2015

York Middle School participated in the 2015 Samantha Smith Challenge. This group focused on our Carbon Footprint and what we can do about it.

Grace Lee Boggs appearances on Democracy Now!

A compilation of Grace Lee Boggs appearances on Pacifica Neetwork´s "Democracy Now!"

Voices Across the Divide Documentary Trailer and Website

Watch the trailer for the documentary about Israel and Palestine, Voices Across the Divide, by Alice Rothchild and Sharon Mullally.

Brief Video with an Appearance by Smedley Butler

Rare footage of Smedley Butler.

Democracy Now Interview with Claudette Colvin

Amy Goodman interviews Claudette Colvin for Democracy Now.

True Crime Authors: Frank Serpico with Peter Maas

Peter Maas and Frank Serpico tell the Frank Serpico Story by the History Channel.

"Serpico" The Movie Trailer directed by Sidney Lumet

Watch the trailer of Sidney Lumet's movie, Serpico, that tells the story of whistleblower policeman, Frank Serpico.

Iron Jawed Angels -- Movie

Iron Jawed Angels, a movie about Alice Paul and women suffragists by Katja Von Garnier.

Who Was Alice Paul? -- Video in 3 Parts

Who Was Alice Paul? A video by Morris County NOW on location at the home of Alice Paul in Paulsdale, NJ.

We Have a Plan Documentary on Upton Sinclair's EPIC Campaign

The Lyn Goldfarb documentary, We Have a Plan, tells the story of Upton Sinclair's EPIC Campaign.

Video: Edward Abbey: A Voice in the Wilderness

From the award-winning KRCB series, Natural Heroes, a look at Edward Abbey.

Bill Moyers' Documentary "The Secret Government"

Watch Bill Moyers' groundbreaking documentary, The Secret Government.

Joan Gussow -- Conservation League Talk

Joan Gussow talks about her journey to thinking about food production, nutrition and the environment.

Joan Gussow, Michael Pollan, & Dan Barber: A Conversation

Joan Gussow, Michael Pollan and Dan Barber discuss how we should eat at the 92nd Street Y in New York.

Thom Hartmann on Student Debt Crisis

Thom Hartmann interviews Natalia Abrams about the Student Debt Crisis.

Bob Moses Portrait Unveiling at Miami University Ohio - Video

Robert Shetterly unveils the Dr.

Brown v. Board Documentary Clip: PBS

A dramatic clip from a PBS documentary, covering the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education.

John Kiriakou Portrait Unveiling @ Busboys & Poets

John Kiriakou, Americans Who Tell the Truth portrait unveiling at Busboys & Poets in Washington D.C. with the Government Accountability Project.

Samantha Smith Original Song by Nick Parker

Nick Parker of Reeds Brooks Middle School in Hampden, Maine, composed an original song about Samantha Smith.

Lawrence Lessig Inspired by Granny D: Ted Talk

Lawrence Lessig talks about citizenship and ending political corruption, inspired by Granny D and Aaron Swartz.

Edward Snowden TED Interview: Here's How We Take Back the Internet

Watch Edward Snowden, interviewed by Chris Anderson about his motives and the future of the internet.

How Wolves Change Rivers by Sustainable Man

Watch Sustainableman.org's brilliant video on "How Wolves Change Rivers".

Ai-Jen Poo Talk at TEDxMiddlebury

Watch Ai-Jen Poo's TEDx Middlebury talk, "Building a Caring America".

CBS 60 Minutes Interview with Sibel Edmonds

In 2002, 60 Minutes ran an interview with Sibel Edmonds (see portrait here) entitled "Lost in Translation".To watchEd Bradley's conversation with

Healthy Food: Robyn O'Brien's Talk at TedxAustin 2011

Robyn O'Brien at TEDxAustin from 2011 talking about our industrial agricultural system and health.

John Lewis: 50th Anniversary March on Washington

Ahead of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis discusses race relations and v

Ron Finley, Guerrilla Gardener: TED Talk

Ron Finley encourages "Gangster Gardeners" to change the way we eat. "If a kid grows kale, a kid will eat kale."

I'd Rather Be Dancing (Rachel's Song) by Jim Page

Listen to Jim Page´s powerful song about Rachel Corrie, "I´d Rather be Dancing."

Ralph Nader: On Big Business Control of U.S. Government

Describing the United States as an "advanced Third World country," longtime consumer advocate and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader calls for a new

Anthony Perry´s School to Prison Pipeline Conference: March 2013

Anthony Perry, a senior at St.

Teacher Beth Sanders Uses AWTT in her 11th Grade Social Studies Class

"How can an individual influence the path of a nation?" Tarrant High School (Tarrant, Alabama) social studies teacher Beth Sanders asked her 11th

Amiri Baraka Talks About Paul Robeson

Amiri Baraka tells the story of Paul Robeson´s life and commitment to social justice.

Paul Robeson Sings "Ol´ Man River"

Listen and watch Paul Robeson sing Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II´s famous song, "Ol´ Man River." This recording was made in 193

Jonathan Kozol: Education in America

Jonathan Kozol talks about "Education in America" at Amherst College.

Jonathan Kozol: The Restoration of Apartheid Schooling in America

Jonathan Kozol speaks in 2005 about his book "The Shame of the Nation: The Restoration of Apartheid Schooling in America."

Muhammad Ali: The Parkinson Interview

Britain´s "greatest talk show host" Sir Michael Parkinson interviews Muhammad Ali.

When We Were Kings Documentary

This Oscar winning, 1996 film deals not only with Muhammad Ali the boxer places one of the most famous men in the world in a historical cultural and politic

Frances Moore Lappé Interview: Getting A Grip

In this interview with Mike McCormick, producer of the KEXP radio show, Mind Over Matters, Frances Moore Lappé discusses her book, Getting A Grip: Clarity,

Pete Seeger & Bruce Springsteen: "This Land is Your Land"

Pete Seeger and Bruce Springsteen perform "This Land is Your Land" at President Obama´s first inauguration.

Woody Guthrie Sings "This Land Is Your Land"

Listen to Woody Guthrie sing "This Land is Your Land".

"War Is Not a Game": Kathy Kelly

Kathy Kelly gives a talk in 2009 entitled "War Is Not a Game" about a trip to Gaza.

Voices of a People´s History: Alfre Woodard Reads Sojourner Truth

As part of a February 2007 Voices of a People´s History of the United States event, Alfre Woodard reads Sojourner Truth´s famous, "Ain't I a Woman?" speech.

Jump At the Sun: A Documentary About Zora Neale Hurston

See the trailer to documentary, Zora Neale Hurston: Jump at the Sun.

Alice Walker Reads From "Their Eyes Were Watching God"

Listen to Alice Walker read from Zora Neale Hurston´s beautiful novel,Their Eyes Were Watching God.

Wendell Berry Reading at Warren Wilson College, 2011

Wendell Berry read for an hour from his Port William stories at Warren Wilson College on November 9, 2011.

Wendell Berry Reads A Poem About Hope and Place

Bill McKibben introduces Wendell Berry in 2009 at George Washington University.

Wendell Berry: I Love Mountains Day, 2008

Wendell Berry speaks at Kentuckians for the Commonwealth´s "I Love Mountains Day" in 2008.

The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. Dubois

Listen to Torias Uncle read the The Forethought and Chapter 1 of The Souls of Black Folks.

Remembering Granny D on Democracy Now!

Doris Granny D Haddock, one of the leading fighters for campaign finance reform in the United States, died on Tuesday at the age of 100.

Doris "Granny D" Haddock Speech from 2007

97-year-old Granny D gives a speech at the Fighting Bob Fest in Baraboo, Wisconsin.

Voices of a People´s History: Danny Glover Reads Frederick Douglass

Actor Danny Glover reads abolitionist Frederick Douglass' "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" (July 5, 1852).

Voices of a People´s History: James Earl Jones Reads Frederick Douglass

James Earl Jones reads excerpts from Frederick Douglass' speech "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" (July 5, 1852).

Voices of a People´s History: Q´Orianka Kilcher Reads Chief Joseph

Q'Orianka Kilcher reads Chief Joseph's account of his 1879 trip to Washington, DC.

Chicano! Struggle in the Fields a PBS Documentary

Chicano! The Struggle in the Fields presents a history of the Mexican American fight for Civil Rights.

Randy Shaw talks about Beyond the Fields and Cesar Chavez: Part 2

Part 2 of Randy Shaw´s talk about his book, Beyond the Fields: Cesar Chavez, the UFW, and the Struggle for Justice in the 21st Century.

Randy Shaw talks about Beyond the Fields and Cesar Chavez: Part 1

Part 1 of Randy Shaw´s talk about his book, Beyond the Fields: Cesar Chavez, the UFW, and the Struggle for Justice in the 21st Century.

Cesar Chavez Interview During the Delano Grape Strike

Watch Cesar Chavez being interviewed during the Delano Grape Strike. Strikers have been shot and Chavez wants to know who is behind it.

Martin Luther King Jr. Delivers His "I Have A Dream" Speech

Watch and listen as Martin Luther King Jr. delivers what was to be his most famous speech, "I Have a Dream", at the March on Washington.

Robert F. Kennedy Announcing Martin Luther King Jr.´s Death

In a moment of profound national grief and pain, Robert F.

Nina Simone performing "Why?"

Three days after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, Nina Simone sang this song.

Documentary: At the River I Stand (1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers´ Strike)

At The River I Stand is a powerful film about Memphis Santitation Workers´Strike and Marting Luther King Jr.

Documentary: Brother Outsider - The Life of Bayard Rustin

He was there at most of the important events of the Civil Rights Movement — but always in the background.

Discussion about 1963 March on Washington: James Baldwin, Harry Belafonte, Sidney Poitier, Marlon Brando, Charlton Heston

James Baldwin, Harry Belafonte, Marlon Brando, Charlton Heston, Sidney Poitier, David Schoenbrun, and Joseph Mankiewicz discuss the 1963 March on Washington

John Hunter´s Ted Talk, "World Peace and Other Forth Grade Achievements"

Listen to John Hunter´s acclaimed 2011 Ted Talk.

Frances Crowe Interviewed on Video

Frances Crowe discusses her involvement in the anti-war movement, bringing Democracy Now! to Northampton and other events in her life.

Video: "Ella´s Song" Performed by Sweet Honey in the Rock

Listen to Sweet Honey in the Rock perform Bernice JohnsonReagon´s great "Ella´s Song" about the Civil Rights activist, Ella Baker.You

Video: Russell Libby´s TEDxDirigo Talk

Russell Libby(read his BIO and see is AWTT Portrait here)planted his first garden after getting free seeds at the end of fourth grade.

Video: Michelle Alexander Lecture at the Demos Organization: February 18, 2010

Listen to Michelle Alexander´s lecture at the Demos Organization from February 18, 2010.

Zoe Weil: TEDx Talk on Humane Education

AWTT Truth Teller, Zoe Weil talks about creating a generation of "solutionaries" and providing "every student with the knowledge, tools and motivation to to

Operation Breaking Stereotypes

Following an Operation Breaking Stereotypes exchange in 2007, Welcome to My World tells the story of two groups of teenagers from disparate walks of life an

Robert Shetterly at St. Edward´s University

In January 2012, Robert Shetterly spent a week as an artist-in-residence at St. Edward´s University in Austin, Texas.