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The United States maintains the highest rate of teen pregnancy among developed countries. The U.S. tries to reduce teen pregnancy just like other...
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In 1992 a civil war in Afghanistan turned the country upside down. It also littered the country with landmines. In this public radio story we hear...
Following Their Lead: Youth in Action

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Youth leaders have been instrumental in leading progressive movements throughout American history. During the Civil Rights Movement, young people...
Healing Trauma

Brave New Films

Brave New Educators
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2019
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  • Social Studies
  • High School
Mass incarceration is a broken system into which the U.S. government keeps funneling trillions of taxpayer dollars. Imprisoning more people for...
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Students will discuss the question: When does the First Amendment allow the government to limit speech? By reading essays from the Interactive...
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A rising tide of anti-Jewish sentiment has the German government chastising Germans for their prejudice. Anti-Semitism is a particularly volatile...
Listenwise
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2018
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Common Core
The terrorist attacks on 9/11 had a dramatic impact on the political landscape in the United States. The focus shifted from domestic issues to...
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Common Core
This lesson introduces students to different viewpoints and debates surrounding the 4th Amendment by using the National Constitution Center’s...
The Bail Trap

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Money bail is one of the main causes of mass incarceration in the United States. Yet, most Americans know very little about it. Brave New Films has...
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2018
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Key Question: How do individuals find the courage to stand up and take responsibility for improving their societies? This lesson focuses on two young...