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  • [Louis Gottlieb piano pedagogy]

    [Louis Gottlieb piano pedagogy]

    Footage of Louis Gottlieb, musician, comedian, and founder of the Morningstar Commune, a ranch near San Francisco that allowed all who needed or wanted a new home to live there. Gottlieb demonstrates piano techniques for a proposed instructional video and then discusses the history of Morningstar and the state of the commune movement in the United States.

  • Work Release

    Work Release

    An educational documentary about the work-release program in the Alabama prison system.

  • Chicago Jobs Council

    Chicago Jobs Council

    In 2011, the Chicago Jobs Council celebrated its thirtieth anniversary. This brief video highlights some of the accomplishments they’ve achieved in assisting unemployed people with access to job training programs and education they need in order to find jobs. Various council board members and participants in job training programs share their experiences within the organization from its formation to its goals for the future.

  • Can LGTBQ + School = Safe?

    Can LGTBQ + School = Safe?

    Beyondmedia Education partnered with youth media producers and the Coalition for Education on Sexual Orientation (CESO) and Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN) to create a multi-media toolkit on issues facing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer / Questioning (LGBTQ) youth in Illinois public schools. Can LGBTQ+ Schools=Safe? focuses on sexuality-based discrimination and anti-gay violence of LGBTQ youth in Illinois schools, and shows how to start a Gay-Straight Alliance or Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA). See http://beyondmedia.org for more information.

  • [The Yosemite National Institutes Field Science Programs: (1) Headlands (2) Yosemite]

    [The Yosemite National Institutes Field Science Programs: (1) Headlands (2) Yosemite]

    Promotional videos for two field science programs from Yosemite National Institutes: The Headlands Institute and the Yosemite Institute. Both are nonprofit programs in Northern California which provide hands-on environmental education to students.

  • Women’s Self-Help

    Women’s Self-Help

    A presentation by Debra Law about women’s “self-help” healthcare: learning to conduct self-examinations and facilitating discussion amongst women about cervical and vaginal health.

  • VD Blues #1

    VD Blues #1

    A program aimed at younger viewers informing them of the dangers of and treatments for sexually transmitted diseases, hosted by Dick Cavett.

  • Girls’ Theory: Me-Search Research

    Girls’ Theory: Me-Search Research

    Beyondmedia’s Girl World Media Workshop was a year-long after-school program with Alternatives that began in 2001. Alternatives provides innovative leadership and advocacy opportunities to lower-income girls and young women on the north side of Chicago. Beyondmedia collaborated with 19 girls, aged 14-17, in the Girl World Teen Group to produce a video, “Girls’ Theory, Me-search Research”.

    In their own voices, the girls cover topics such as violence, stereotypes of women, sex, relationships, reputation, and the future. The young women critically examined representations of teenagers and women of color in mainstream media and took to the streets to interview the public about the subject. As a result, their smart, hip video merges personal discussions about the daily struggle to be a righteous sister with the mixed blessings of the world at large. See https://beyondmedia.org for more information.

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