Live United Film Series wrapup

KLRU and the United Way Capital Area partnered for three film screenings and discussions earlier this year. The partnership allowed KLRU and the United Way to use PBS programs to spark an engaging dialogue about local issues and provide ways for people to get involved immediately in our community.

Special thanks to all the moderators, panelists and audience members who made each screening a thoughtful and informative group discussion.

For the first Live United Film Series, KLRU and the United Way focused on education, financial stability, and health issues in the Hispanic community. Below are highlights from all three events.

PBS Teachers Live! Upcoming April Webinars

Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day

On Monday, April 5 at 8 p.m. EDT, PBS Teachers will host the next webinar in its PBS Teachers Live! series: “Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day.” During this event, participants will learn about two new PBS projects: “Earth Days: American Experience,” a new film by Robert Stone chronicling the history of the modern environmental movement, and Growing Greener Schools, a film and educational resources aimed at empowering students, teachers, and parents to incorporate green ideas into both school buildings and classroom curriculums. Presenters include the filmmakers and educational experts who will provide resources and strategies to help teachers celebrate this important anniversary in innovative and meaningful ways.

A Fresh Look at Teaching The Diary of Anne Frank

On Wednesday, April 7 at 8 p.m. EDT, we will host a webinar entitled, “A Fresh Look at Teaching The Diary of Anne Frank.” Webinar participants will get a sneak peek at the all-new adaptation airing on Masterpiece and review educator materials created for middle school and high school. These materials include a teacher’s guide created in collaboration with the Holocaust education organization Facing History & Ourselves as well as an omnibus Resources Listing, which collects the best existing resources on Anne Frank and her historical context and offers resources for teens interested in journaling with digital media. Speakers include the author of the teacher’s guide and an educator from Facing History and Ourselves.

Note: At the close of every live Webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to request a Certificate of Participation.

To Join Each Webinar, Click this Link April 5 & 7: Online at Elluminate Live!

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