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How do you cope with a mountain of conflicting diet advice? It seems like every week a new dietary recommendation makes its way into our lives, sometimes conflicting with advice we heard before. Nutritionist Marion Nestle, author of What to Eat and Food Politics, helps you figure out what to eat.
In this lesson, students delve into the role of family members acting as caregivers for those who are ill, elderly, disabled or otherwise not able to care for themselves regularly and efficiently.
FiveThirtyEight Data Labs maps seven restrictions on abortion access in the United States as of May 2014....
This lesson provides an opportunity to practice respectful dialogue. Using film clips that humanize a topic that is often obscured by well-rehearsed rhetoric, students will examine the complex rationales for U.S. laws governing abortion.
My Way to Olympia Feature Films
Who better to cover the Paralympics, the international sporting event for athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities, than Niko von Glasow, the world's best-known disabled filmmaker?
In this lesson, students explore the meaning and essence of athleticism as they examine various "Olympics" for athletes with a range of physical abilities.
When I Walk Feature Films
Jason DaSilva was 25 years old and a rising independent filmmaker when a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis changed everything — and inspired him to make another film.