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LCCC Resouces

Part 1: Origins of the Women's Suffrage Movement

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Selma to Montgomery

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Fall of Al-Bashir

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Wilkes-Barre NAACP

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Alex Norwrasteh

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Israel Culture & Religion

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Domestic Violence

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Panel Discussion For Pride Week

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Right To Life: Attorney Barry Dyller discussion on Police Shootings

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History of Middle East leading to ISIS, Part II

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Disability Awareness

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Perspective on Legalization Of Drugs

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Sex Trafficking in America

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History of Middle East leading to ISIS, Part I

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Religion Discussion Panel "Judaism, Christianity & Islam"

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Defining Social Justice and Motivations to Work Toward It
by Rod Gereda and Wayne Morgan

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Social Justice in the Constitution
by Tom Leary

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Beyond The Book: Literacy Development

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Economic Perspective on Income Inequality
by Dr. Robert Seeley (3/12/15)

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Lifelong Literacy Discussion: Birth to Adult
by the LCCC Social Science Dept (2/15/15)

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Book Resources on Income Inequality
Nickel and Dimed, by Barbara Ehrenreich
Bait and Switch, by Barbara Ehrenreich
A framework for Understanding Poverty, by Ruby K. Payne

Inequality for All
90 minute video on DVD
One of the best ways to help people understand the challenges we face, is with a movie that can grab an audience and move them to action. And this movie will do exactly that.

Request the DVD from Coordinator of Diversity at jmyers@luzerne.edu or (570) 740-0753

Homeless to Hardward
91 minute video on DVD
A group of inner-city high school students from New York are visiting the campus of Harvard University. One of the students is homeless Liz Murray and, for her, the visit is a defining moment. Liz decides to take a shot at gaining admissions there. "You think they let people like us into Harvard?" a friend later taunts.

Request the DVD from Coordinator of Diversity at jmyers@luzerne.edu or (570) 740-0753

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack By Peggy McIntosh, Ph.D.
An essay written about what it means and what it looks like when one benefits from white privilege. This article provides teachable moments to facilitate a discussion about white privilege and other forms of privilege. It has been used in workshops and classes throughout the United States and Canada for many years. While people of color have described for years how whites benefit from unearned privileges, this is one of the first articles written by a white person on the topics.

This is a copyrighted essay, please request copies from Coordinator of Diversity

"If These Halls Could Talk": A two-part video on DVD to Deal With Bullying in Our Schools
A program developed by John Boiano and Lee Mun Wah, M.S., M.A. where students gather in assemblies and small groups to discuss their personal concerns about their emotional and physical safety. If our halls could talk, what would they say about the alarming rates of students of color leaving our colleges?

1-minute video preview
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"The Price of Sugar"
A 90 minute video on DVD

An award-winning documentary directed by Bill Haney. The movie depicts the drama involved in Dominican sugar production and the fierce campaign of a Spanish priest who worked to make conditions better for dispossessed Haitians working under armed guards. It three years to make and cost $750,000.

Current complaint filed with the Department of Labor against the Dominican Republic, June 2012

View on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp_EkCesIp8

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Northeastern Pennsylvania Diversity Education Consortium archived webinars using WIMBA.

  • Derald Wing Sue, Ph.D. , Multicultural psychology
  • Turning Diversity tension into Dialogue
  • Rice, Beans and Perogies, Understanding the Latino Culture, Sra. Joyce Marie Gomez de Avila, MA
  • OUT in NEPA, Examining the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community in NEPA, John Dawe
  • Using Inclusive Language, Linda Trompetter, Ph.D.
  • The Power of Small, Part I, Arthur Breese, M.S., M.A. and others

Contact Coordinator of Diversity for password to access the archives.

Program Guide
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Web Resouces

Project Implicit, Social Cognition Tests
Teaching Tolerance
National Multicultural Institute
Understanding Prejudice
Diverse Issues in High Education
Vice 2012 Documentary on Liberia