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Students from Another Course to College, a high school located in Brighton, MA, interview Albie Sachs about ideas of community and exercising the right to vote in post-Apartheid South Africa, as well as the importance of voting in general.
A massive wave of German and Irish immigration turned the New York into one of the world’s most complex urban environments. Episode Two reveals how the city’s artists, innovators and leaders grappled with the city’s growing conflicts.
View our teacher checklist for preparing to teach current events to middle and high school students. We include recommended news sources, key questions to ask yourself as you plan, and strategies for navigating emotionally difficult or complex topics.
Weimar Germany was a center of artistic innovation, great creativity, and considerable experimentation. In film, the visual arts, architecture, craft, theater, and music, Germans were in the forefront of the most exciting developments.
Rigid class separation and considerable friction among the classes characterized pre-World War I German society. Aristocratic landowners looked down on middle and working class Germans and only grudgingly associated with wealthy businessmen and industrialists.