This series links the study of past human rights violations like the Holocaust and the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II to current events in our lives. We meet an international collection of students attending a two-week Presidential Classroom seminar in Washington, D.C. We also meet students at home in rural Idaho, taking action to fight racism.
This series is an excellent resource for government studies and civics at the high school level. Each episode poses probing questions for viewers to consider. Presented from the perspective of youth, the series also emulates young people eager to do their part to bring about positive political change. The series serves as an excellent prerequisite for any field trip to visit government leaders and policy makers.
This program is available digitally. Contact AIT Sales for more information.Four 15-min. programs