CATESOL 2017: Teaching with YouTube Jennifer Gagliardi, OTAN Trainer, Milpitas Adult Education Friday, October 20, 2017 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Go where your students are. Learn how to set up your YouTube channel to deliver quality content to your students inside and outside of the classroom. Bring your own laptop, a Google email address, and leave with a YouTube channel that will help you meet (and exceed) your curriculum goals. This Presentation is available on https://goo.gl/BzuZcd
“Human Flow” by internationally acclaimed artist and activist Ai Weiwei, highlights the plight of refugees around the world. The Chinese dissident is not the first to make a documentary about the displaced, but his film captures the massive flow of humanity on our planet from on high, using drones. Ai filmed in 23 different countries in 40 different refugee camps people fleeing war, environmental crises and religious persecution. VOA’s Penelope Poulou spoke with the artist.
Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/4073533.html
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Russia's sale of Alaska to the United States. Alaska is one of the biggest US states in land size and one of the least populous, with less than three-quarters of a million residents. Among them is a group of people whose story is a classic American tale of religion and refuge in a remote land. VOA's Natasha Mozgovaya (narrated by VOA's Martin Secrest) uncovers a group of Soviet refugees who have planted roots in what once was Russian territory.
Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/soviet-refugees-plant-american-roots-in-former-russian-land/4070533.html
More Citizenship Resources for Hispanic Heritage Month 2017
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SUPREME COURT CASE HERNANDEZ V.TEXAS A CLASS APART: a Mexican American Civil Rights Story http://aclassapartmovie.com/index.php UNA CLASE APARTE: Un historia de los derechos civiles méxico-americanos http://aclassapartmovie.com/enespanol.php The first major film to bring to life the heroic post-World War II struggles of Mexican Americans against the Jim Crow-style discrimination targeted against them, A Class Apart is built around the landmark 1951 legal case Hernandez v. Texas, in which an underdog band of Mexican Americans from Texas bring a case all the way to the Supreme Court - and win.