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Call Number: AV 305.26 EL22f DVD
Publication Date: 2010
"Our older seniors - those aged 80 and over - have become the fastest growing population segment of the world's population and yet their voices are rarely heard. The Elder Project follows seven diverse seniors over two years, recording their experiences for a series of short and candid episodic stories."
Martin's Lament: religion and race in America
Call Number: AV 261.83 M366 DVD
Publication Date: 1994
Martin Luther King, Jr. believed that churches should play a fundamental role in shaping the morality and changing the prejudices of the nation. This 1994 PBS program examines the issue of religion and race by speaking with experts and with members of five congregations.
Tim Wise: On White Privilege : Racism, White Denial & the Costs of Inequality
Call Number: AV 305.896 T48 DVD
Publication Date: 2008
Tim Wise offers a unique, inside-out view of race and racism in America. Wise provides a non-confrontational explanation of white privilege and the damage it does not only to people of color, but to white people as well. This is an introduction to the social construction of racial identities, and a new tool for exploring the often invoked--but seldom explained--concept of white privilege.
Trail Of Tears: a Native American Documentary Collection
Call Number: AV 970.1 T68 DVD
Publication Date: 2009
Disc 1. Trail of tears : Cherokee legacy (105 min.) -- Disc 2. Black Indians : an American story (52 min.) ; Native American healing in the 21st century (52 min.) ; Our spirits don't speak English : Indian boarding school (53 min.).
We Shall Remain: America through Native Eyes
Call Number: AV 970.3 W369 DVD (3 volume set)
Publication Date: 2009
Features: "We shall remain" 30-minute preview film, combining a sneak preview of the documentaries with a behind-the-scenes look at the productions; scenes from the "Native now" project, including films on language, sovereignty , and enterprise; behind-the-scenes footage, including Apache dance, wardrobe and makeup, Cherokee language, and Nipmuc language; printable materials for educators and librarians; bibliographies for each of the five programs; related Web sites and resources for further learning; an event kit for libraries.
The Inclusion Dividend by
Publication Date: 2013-06-07
In today's increasingly diverse, global, interconnected business world, diversity and inclusion (D&I) is no longer just "the right thing to do," it is a core leadership competency and central to the success of business. Working effectively to combat unconscious bias across differences such as gender, culture, generational, race, and sexual orientation not only leads to a more productive, innovative corporate culture but also to a better engagement with customers and clients. The Inclusion Dividend provides a framework to tap the bottom-line impact that results from an inclusive culture. Most leaders have the intent to be inclusive, however translating that intent into a truly inclusive outcome with employees, customers, and other stakeholders requires a focused change effort. The authors explain that challenge and provide straightforward advice on how to achieve the kind of meritocracy that will result in a tangible dividend and move companies ahead of their competition.