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Format: DVD 2006
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Avalon Public Library Juvenile Audio Visual J DVD REA
Location  Avalon Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Audio Visual
Call Number  J DVD REA
writings by Howard Zinn that show his thinking on the major historical events of the day and his view of the role of the activist historian to shape them. We see Zinn's thinking evolve and also the ways in which his fundamental principles remain unshakable. "It is time that we scholars began to earn our keep in this world," writes Zinn in "The Uses of Scholarship." In "Freedom Schools," about his experiences teaching, in Mississippi during the remarkable summer of 1964, he writes, "Education can, and should, be dangerous." And in 2008, in an essay entitled "Empire or Humanity? What the Classroom Didn't Teach Me about the American Empire," he is still asking the tough question, "Have we reached a point in history where we are ready to embrace a new way of living in the world, expanding not our military power, but our humanity?" (1922-2010) influenced several generations of Americans with his ideas on politics and history, most importantly his belief that we can't be neutral on a moving trainĂ¹that history has no bystanders, only participants. After serving as a bombardier in World War II, Zinn became a lifelong antiwar activist. His experiences in the civil rights and antiwar movements taught him that change happens not because of what our elected leaders decide, but when mass movements force our leaders to act responsibly and justly. Howard Zinn's three most important books are A People's History of the United States {{including the Spanish-language edition, La otra historia de los Estados Unidos, and die young adult, illustrated edition, A Young People's History of the United States), Voices of a People's History of the United States, by Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove, and The Zinn Reader, for which Zinn chose the shorter writings from across the span of his career as a teacher, activist, and historian. It is from that book that the Howard Zinn on... series grew, taking as its starring point die writings Zinn himself chose to represent his lifelong passionate interests in Race, Class, War, Law, History, and Means and Ends. Book jacket.
This is the story of Archibald Frisby / Michael Chesworth
Alistair's time machine / by Marilyn Sadler ; illustrated by Roger Bollen.

Additional Information
Series Reading rainbow.
Subjects Science -- Juvenile films.
Gifted children -- Juvenile films.
Space and time -- Juvenile films.
Gifted children.
Children's television programs.
Educational television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Publisher [Buffalo, N.Y.] : Baltimore, Md. :Western New York Public Broadcasting Association ;2006
Distributed in the USA by Educate Products,
Edition Full screen.
Other Titles Reading rainbow (Television program)
This is the story of Archibald Frisby.
Alistair's time machine.
Alistair's time machine.
Contributors Liggett, Twila Christensen.
Buttino, Tony.
Burton, LeVar.
Kinsner, Kathy.
Mannucci, Mark.
Wiseman, Ed.
Krauss, Ronnie.
Gluckson, Jill.
Marx, Patricia (Patricia A.)
Stang, Arnold, 1918-2009.
Chesworth, Michael. This is the story of Archibald Frisby.
Sadler, Marilyn. Alistair's time machine.
Bollen, Roger. Alistair's time machine.
WNED-TV (Television station : Buffalo, N.Y.)
Great Plains National (Firm)
Lancit Media Productions.
Participants/Performers Hosted by LeVar Burton. Reader: Arnold Stang.
Language English
Notes Originally produced as episodes of the television program Reading Rainbow in 1991 and 1995.
Includes the books: Archibald Frisby by Michael Chesworth ; Alistair's time machine by Marilyn Sadler with illustrations by Roger Bollen. Includes reviews of: What makes popcorn pop? : and other questions about the world around us by Jack Myers ; I wonder why soap makes bubbles and other questions about science by Barbara Taylor ; Science Magic series by Chris Oxlade ; Find Waldo now by Martin Handford ; The many lives of Benjamin Franklin written down and illustrated by Aliki ; What does it do? : inventions then and now by Daniel Jacobs.
Includes bonus segments from these other Reading Rainbow episodes: Tooth-gnasher super flash; Opt: an illusionary tale; The sign painter's dream; Hotel animal. Bonus segments include: car factory assembly line; solar powered car; how signs are made; visit the Matchbox car factory; Levar in a blizzard; trompe l'oeil.
System Details DVD; full screen.
Description 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sound color ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN 1933863536
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