Interesting Stuff

We The People... The US Constitution and You

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"We The People... The U.S. Constitution and You"

including a segement on unique treatment of Native Americans within our Constitution explained by the only enrolled tribal member in the US Congress, Congressman Tom Cole.

This video features Caroline Kennedy and John Garamendi. It helps students understand their particular access points to our democracy through the Member of Congress constitutionally elected to represent them. 

Discussion Questions

There's Something About the Doctor - Dr.Who

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In 2013 the BBC series Dr Who was the first dramatic series ever to celebrate 50 years with an episode broadcast in 94 countries across the world at the same exact time. Filmed at the ChicagoTARDIS convention in 2013 this documentary explores the appeal of Dr. Who from the point of it's fans.

The Military Industrial Complex at 50

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Presentations made at the conference "The Military Industrial Complex at 50", held in Charlottesville, Virginia on September 16-18, 2011. Speakers include David Swanson, author of "War Is a Lie"; Lisa Savage of Bring Our War $$$ Home; Bruce Gagnon and Mary Beth Sullivan of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space; Robert Jensen, professor of journalism at the University of Texas; Paul K. Chappell, author of "Peaceful Revolution"; George Friday of the North Carolina Green Party; and Bruce Levine, a clinical psychologist.

A Declaration of The Independence of Cyberspace

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Internet legend John Perry Barlow a former Wyoming rancher and Grateful Dead lyricist is best known for his A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace, a statement of the natural liberty and the anti–sovereignty of Cyberspace, which in part led to his moniker the Thomas Jefferson of Cyberspace.