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    1. Mentoring Training Video and Facilitation Guide
    2. Many Ways to See the World DVD
    3. Ouch! 2 DVD Bundle
    4. Arno Peters: Radical Map, Remarkable Man DVD

    Arno Peters: Radical Map, Remarkable Man DVD Arno Peters: Radical Map, Remarkable Man DVD
    A fascinating 30-minute documentary exploring the history of how the Peters Equal Area World Map came into being. Includes scenes from THE WEST WING TV show that featured the map as well as cartographic critiques that show the tension and conflict that the Peters map generated amongst the cartographic establishment.

    Loaded with hours of bonus features such as: 

    - 25+ video resources: Peters outtakes, Faith-based origins of the Peters Map and 7 movie trailers
    - Print Resources: Peters Map Explanation, journal articles, State of the Village Report, & More
- 150+ PowerPoint images for your use in presentations or classroom
    - Ten MP3 Audio files
, plus lesson plans & web links

    Institutional Purchase Price: $89.00

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    Many Ways to See the World DVD Many Ways to See the World DVD
    A fascinating 30-minute exploration into the minds of twelve mapmakers. The DVD has three powerful messages:
    1. We can only understand the world if we're willing to see things from multiple perspectives,
    2. The truth must be seen from many vantage points,
    3. One person's voice can make a huge difference in the world!

    Howard Zinn, author of the People's History of the United States says, "Many Ways to See the World is more than a fascinating lesson about maps. It opens the mind of the viewer to profound perspectives on the interconnectedness of human beings everywhere. I hope it will be shown in classrooms all over the country."

    This revised version of this popular video comes loaded with bonus features, including:

    - Over 70 PowerPoint images with links to map resources around the world
 - Preview of Arno Peters: Radical Map, Remarkable Man (See DVD Description above)
 - Radio interviews as MP3 audio files
 - Book excerpts

    - Bonus footage and trailers

    Institutional Purchase Price: $89.00
(unlimited reproduction rights per institutional site)

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    Mentoring Training Video and Facilitation Guide Mentoring Training Video and Facilitation Guide

    This training video consists of 3 case studies involving typical challenges facing mentors and mentees in a formal mentoring program. The case studies provide a range of diversity populations and communication issues. Each case study has two parts ? the problem statement and the problem resolution. Questions follow each individual case to stimulate discussion between mentoring workshop attendees.

    Case studies are available in either VHS or DVD format.

    Option available for designating the person being mentored as mentee.
    Purchase this video for $395.00
    Ouch! 2 DVD Bundle Ouch! 2 DVD Bundle
    Get both Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts and Ouch! Your Silence Hurts for a special bundle price! Only $1110, saving more than $150!

    The Ouch! series is a unique training system that outlines clear actions that are simple in concept but difficult in execution. Ouch! gives you the tools to speak up and become an ally in the fight against stereotypes.

    Scroll down to read specific descriptions of each Ouch! DVD package.

    Purchase this video for $1,100.00
    OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts
    "Finally, a video that shows the viewer exactly how to respond in moments of diversity-related tension! No blame, no guilt, no conflict ? just practical, specific skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace. OUCH! is a must-have and a must-see for anyone seeking to create and sustain a respectful workplace." ?
    Sondra Thiederman, Ph.D. Author, Making Diversity Work: Seven Steps for Defeating Bias in the Workplace

    Package includes:
    1. VHS or DVD that consists of:
      a. OUCH! That Stereotype
      Hurts (12 min.)
      b. Speaking Up Activity
     (5 min.)
      c. OUCH! That Stereotype
      Hurts with vignettes (13 min.)
    2. CD-ROM with Leader's Guide, Powerpoint presentation
    3. 1 OUCH! book
    4. 10 OUCH! reminder cards

    DVD includes Spanish and English subtitles
    Both VHS and DVD have Closed Captions
    Purchase this video for $695.00
    Ouch! Your Silence Hurts Ouch! Your Silence Hurts
    ?When we speak, we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak.?
    - Audre Lorde

    The highly anticipated follow-up to Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts does not disappoint. Ouch! Your Silence Hurts inspires passive bystanders to use their voice as active allies.

    Program package includes:
    1. DVD with the 9 minute video
    2. Skill-builder stories from the video plus Extra Features
    3. CD-ROM with Leader's Guide for 1-hour and 30-minute presentations, a Powerpoint presentation, reproducible participant handouts and a mini-poster PDF to print

    DVD includes Spanish and English subtitles and has Closed Captions.

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