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  • Resilience- Elmo Goes to School


    Elmo has trouble saying good-bye when Louie drops him off at school. Louie and Elmo use a new strategy to make drop-off time easier.

    Uploaded Nov 01, 2018by Fred Herron
  • A Scary Time

    The challenges young women face are real and worthy of conversations at home and in school. This topical song raises many of the issues that appear in these conversations.

    Uploaded Oct 09, 2018by Fred Herron
  • The Story of Stuff

    From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad, yet most of this is hidden from view. The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world.

    Uploaded Sep 18, 2018by Fred Herron
  • Things the Iphone Helped Destroy

    Since it was introduced 10 years ago, the iPhone has been a great disrupter, heralding an end to everything from paper maps to small talk. Here’s a (slightly) tongue-in-cheek look at all the things this ubiquitous gadget has laid to waste.

    Uploaded Sep 18, 2018by Fred Herron
  • One Thing I Ask

    The great Argentinian musician Leon Geon wrote this classic which has a wonderful thought for the start of our year together: "I only ask one thing of God-that I not be indifferent to... the pain...injustice...the battle... the deceit...or the future." Test out your Spanish skills on this version by The Boss-or look up a translation on line. As we start this course we will be thinking about our personal journeys-our pilgrim paths- and where we came from as well as where we are going.

    Perhaps you want to ask yourself who or what you have become indifferent towards? Where is your heart a little cold?

    Uploaded Sep 11, 2018by Fred Herron

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