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Subject: Multicultural Studies

Becoming American

Becoming American

by Ken Levine and Ivory Waterworth Levine

A Hmong refugee family from highlnd Laos resettling in the U.S.

By Invitation Only

By Invitation Only

by Rebecca Snedeker

A brave critique of an alluring family tradition

Crossing Lines

Crossing Lines

by Indira Somani & Leena Jayaswal

An Indian-American woman’s struggle to stay connected to India after the loss of her father.

Deaf Jam

Deaf Jam

by Judy Lieff

ASL poetry changed Aneta Brodski’s life.  Poetry, friendship and respect transcend politics as Aneta finds herself in an unexpected collaboration.

El Corrido de Cecilia Rios

El Corrido de Cecilia Rios

by Kristy Guevara-Flanagan

Latino youth cope with violence, grief and healing

Everyday Heroes

Everyday Heroes

by Rick Goldsmith and Abby Ginzberg

Youth, race and national service: AmeriCorps behind-the-headlines

Frontier Youth

Frontier Youth

by John Kane

Growing up in neighboring towns divided by a steel border fence.

Granito

Granito

by Paco de Onis and Pamela Yates, Peter Kinoy

How to Nail a Dictator

The Garifuna Journey

The Garifuna Journey

by Andrea Leland and Kathy Berger

A first voice testimony celebrating the resiliency of the Garifuna people and their traditions. 

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The Global Assembly Line

The Global Assembly Line

by Lorraine Gray

The powerful story of working women and men linked in our new global economy and the business decisions behind it, Emmy Award winner.

Going On 13

Going On 13

by Dawn Valadez & Kristy Guevara-Flanagan

Four girls. Four years. The change of a lifetime.

Home to Tibet

Home to Tibet

by Lisa Merton

A Tibetan refugee returns to his occupied homeland

In Whose Honor?

In Whose Honor?

by Jay Rosenstein

American Indian mascots in sports

It's Elementary - Talking About Gay Issues in School

It's Elementary - Talking About Gay Issues in School

by Debra Chasnoff & Helen Cohen

All kids are affected by anti-gay prejudice, and all adults have the ability and responsibility to address it.

Jamesie, King of Scratch

Jamesie, King of Scratch

by Andrea Leland

A spirited musical journey to the U. S. Virgin Islands

Knocking

Knocking

by Tom Shepard and Joel P. Engardio

Where fundamentalism and freedom meet at the front door. The untold stories of Jehovah's Witnesses.

Letter to the Next Generation

Letter to the Next Generation

by Jim Klein

Today's college students and the world they live in

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Letters Not About Love

Letters Not About Love

by Jacki Ochs

A gripping exploration of language, culture, and communication as seen through the dynamic exchange of letters between a Russian and American poet.

A Matter of Respect

A Matter of Respect

by Ellen Frankenstein and Sharon Gmelch

Modern Alaska Natives balancing the past and present

Miles from the Border

Miles from the Border

by Ellen Frankenstein

A portrait of a Mexican-American family caught between cultures

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington

by S. Leo Chiang

An idealistic rookie challenges politics polarized by race and partisanship.

New American Soldier

New American Soldier

by Emma Cott & Anna Belle Peevey

Fighting for America. Fighting to become American.

The Optimists

The Optimists

by Jacky Comforty

The story of the rescue of the Bulgarian Jews from the Holocaust 

Pidgin: the Voice of Hawai'i

Pidgin: the Voice of Hawai'i

by Marlene Booth

The impact of "English only" policies on students' learning and self esteem

The Red Pines

The Red Pines

by Katie Jennings and Lucy Ostrander and Don Sellers

A pioneering Japanese American community perseveres

Scout's Honor

Scout's Honor

by Tom Shepard

The struggle to overturn anti-gay policies of the Boy Scouts of America

Seeking Asian Female

Seeking Asian Female

by Debbie Lum

Can an Asian fetish lead to true love?

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Silences

Silences

by Octavio Warnock-Graham

What happens when an interracial person's identity is denied by his white family and friends?

Spirit of the Dawn

Spirit of the Dawn

by Heidi Emberling

Dramatic changes in Indian education

Sun Come Up

Sun Come Up

by Jennifer Redfearn & Tim Metzger

An Oscar® nominated film about some of the world's first environmental refugees.

Tales from Arab Detroit

Tales from Arab Detroit

by Joan Mandell

What does it mean to be Arab American?

Third Ward TX

Third Ward TX

by Andrew Garrison and Nancy Bless and Noland Walker

When Community Development is also Art, a Neighborhood Comes Back to Life....

Through a Glass, Lightly

Through a Glass, Lightly

by Jacky Comforty and Kathy Berger

Inner city art and transformation of environment, society, and self

Uncommon Ground

Uncommon Ground

by Amie Williams

American youth take a personal look behind the politics of South Africa

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Voices From Inside

Voices From Inside

by Karina Epperlein

Women prisoners and their children speak out

What Do You Believe?

What Do You Believe?

by Sarah Feinbloom

The religious and spiritual lives of American teenagers

With Babies and Banners

With Babies and Banners

by Lorraine Gray

The dramatic story of working women and men who changed American history, Oscar nominated and Grand Prize winner.

The World in Claire's Classroom

The World in Claire's Classroom

by Lisa Merton

An intimate portrait of a veteran teacher and her classroom

YURUMEIN (Homeland)

YURUMEIN (Homeland)

by Andrea Leland

Resistance, Rupture and Repair; the Caribs of St. Vincent in the Caribbean.