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Video: THE SUPREME COURT
THE SUPREME COURT
Thirteen/WNET, 2007
By fusing history with biography, THE SUPREME COURT charts the court's unique evolution and humanizes the enigmatic black-robed figures, revealing their temperaments, passions, deeply held personal beliefs and life stories. The series also explores the dramatic stories of the people whose cases have come before the Court, as well as the often controversial rulings that impact all Americans.

Interviews with some of the greatest legal minds in the country, as well as exclusive access to the Court, help personalize the justices while providing context to key decisions and hot-button issues of the day.


Video: WITH ALL DELIBERATE SPEED
WITH ALL DELIBERATE SPEED
Anchor Bay, 2005
"With All Deliberate Speed" is a documentary exploring the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education and the decision's impact on the African-American experience and the struggle for civil rights -- then and now.

Video: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE SCOTTSBORO: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE SCOTTSBORO: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY
PBS, 2000
This documentary chronicles the trials of the "Scottsboro Boys" -- a group of nine African American teenagers accused of raping of two white women in 1930s Alabama -- and their struggle against a racist justice system. Their case twice reached the Supreme Court African-American justice.

OUR CONSTITUTION: A CONVERSATION
Global Entertainment, 2003
Supreme Court Justices Stephen Breyer and Sandra Day O'Conner field questions from high school students about their jobs and the Constitution.

CASES IN CONTROVERSY
The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands, 2005
"Cases in Controversy" explores the history and impact of the Constitution's Fourteenth Amendment and the Supreme Court rulings that gave it meaning.

Video: BIOGRAPHY: THURGOOD MARSHALL
BIOGRAPHY: THURGOOD MARSHALL
A&E Home Video, 2005
Follow iconic civil rights lawyer and eventual Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall from his days as a young attorney fighting racial injustice to his position as the Court's first African-American justice.

CD-ROM: THE SUPREME COURT'S GREATEST HITS 2.0: UPDATED AND EXPANDED
THE SUPREME COURT'S GREATEST HITS 2.0: UPDATED AND EXPANDED
Jerry Goldman
Created by HYPERLINK
Containing more than one hundred hours of Supreme Court oral arguments as well as opinion pronouncements from the bench, this two-CD-ROM set highlights recent landmark cases.

Audio
AUDIO: MAY IT PLEASE THE COURT: COURTS, KIDS, AND THE CONSTITUTION: LIVE RECORDINGS AND TRANSCRIPTS OF SIXTEEN
MAY IT PLEASE THE COURT: COURTS, KIDS, AND THE CONSTITUTION: LIVE RECORDINGS AND TRANSCRIPTS OF SIXTEEN
Supreme Court Oral Arguments on the Constitutional Rights of Students and Teachers
Edited by Peter H. Irons, New Press, 2000
An edited compilation of Supreme Court oral arguments from many of Court's most fiercely contested constitutional cases. Includes commentary to make the subject matter accessible to students.

Games
GAME: JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Pressman Toy Corporation, 2005
Teams of gamers test their judicial know-how and compete to see who can decide more Supreme Court cases most like the Court!