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A Peace Corps Mosaic
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A Peace Corps Mosaic is a fascinating collection of short videos designed to teach school students about the activities of the Peace Corps ni nearly a dozen different countries around the world. Each segment helps students understand a bit about the culture in each of these areas and helps identify the similarities and differences thate exist amongst the different cultures of the world. In addition to being a great cultural educational DVD, it serves as a good introduction to areas of the world where students who are thinking about the Peace Corps would be stationed during their volunteer duties.

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Caution: Adolescents at Risk
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Caution: Adolescents at Risk is a 1991 film produced bythe National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. It was designed for health professionals who work with adolescents. It shows the stories of several adolescents recounting their personal struggles dealing with a variety of devastating situatios; homelessness, drinking and driving, teen pregnancy, substance abuse, gangs, violence, prejudice, and peer pressure.

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Child Care and Facility Management: A New Perspective
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Child Care and Facility Management was produced in 1995 by the General Services Administration. The DVD follows a facility manager who is planning on opening a child care facility in the office space she manages. She learns by visiting an already operating child care facility in an office environment to learn about the special needs and requirements needed for a safe office facility environment for child care.

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Community Policing
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Community Policing was produced by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in 1998. Through several short segments, it shows how community policing operations are being built in small towns across the United States and the positive impacts they are having in building trust in their communities. The DVD serves as an excellent overview of how to build closer community relationships with the local police in any city in the country.

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Destination: Honduras! Peace Corps Orientation
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Destination: Honduras! is a 1996 film from the Peace Corps. The film was made for students thinking of joining the Peace Corps. The film introduces the student to the culture and geography of Honduras as seen by current Peace Corps volunteers and the families they are sharing their adventures with. It gives young people thinking of joining the Peace Corps an excellent look at what it is like to be a member of this world changing organization.

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I'm A Parent Now: A Parent's Guide
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I'm A Parent Now was produced by the National Institutes of Health as an introduction to the responsibilities of becoming a parent. Through a series of interviews and specific scenarios, this DVD educates prospective parents about the responsibilities of raising a child - both the joyful moments and the challenges and traumas that come with this life changing event. It is an excellent introduction to the realities of starting a family.

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Neighborhood Safety: Police and Community Relations
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Neighborhood Safety, produced by the National Institute of Justice, explores the relationship between the local police and their community. It addresses the issue of fear of crime and steps police forces are taking to reduce this fear - which is often much greater than the reality of crime in neighborhoods. The DVD explores the various ways police forces are reaching out to the citizens in communities to strengthen relationships and work as partners to make neighborhoods a safer place.

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Nursing Process in Action
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Nursing Process in Action (1994) was prodcued by the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. This training film (part I in a series) was created to explain the nursing process and how it is used to implement the day to day nursing routine in an Army hospital and how it helps evalate the level of care being offered by the nursing staff.

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Route One
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Route One (1994) was produced by the National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. It introduces an eighth grade science class to the effects of different types of alcohol. This film, shot at Jackson Junior High School, features Pat Ches, a St. Bernard suffering from a hangover from accidentially drinking alcohol at a wedding reception. it disucsses the negative effects of alcohol and disucsses how to deal with the inevitable hangover the morning after.

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Substance Abuse and Victimization
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Substance Abuse and Victimization (2005) was created by the Department of Justice. It explores the the issues of previctimization and post victimization as they relate to substance abuse. It examines aspects of the trauma of victimization and substance abuse and talks about the types of assistance the victims of substance abuse generally need.

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The News Media's Coverage of Crime and Victimization
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The News Media's Coverage of Crime and Victimization (1999) explores how the news media cover crime victims and what can be done to help crime victims cope with the oftentimes insensitive coverage of tragic events. Some example events illustrated in this film include the 1986 murder of Jennifer Levin, the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City and the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. The main focus of the film is to show a better way to handle these tense and emotional situations.

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The Street People: A Story of the Homeless
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The Street People was produced by the National Institute of Justice in 1986 to discuss police response to runaways, mentally ill and the homeless. The DVD looks at communities in Santa Barbara and Philadelphia and how the police evaluate each situation involving a street person to decide if incarceration or help is the appropriate response. This DVD is focused on awareness of what is and is not a crime by our lowest rung of humanity and offers a look at appropriate alternative responses that in many cases are more beneficial to the homeless and the community than simply locking them in a jail cell.

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Women Are Pathologists
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Women Are Pathologists was produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The DVD centers around the story of a teenage girl who learns about pathology when her sister is diagnosed with cervical cancer. The film highlights three pathologists who demonstrate the three subspecialties of forensic, surgical and academic pathology.

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Women Are Researchers
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Women Are Researchers was produced by the National Institutes of Health Office of Science and Education. This DVD explores the careers of three women who overcame many obstacles to become successful biomedical researchers. They act as inspirational role models for young women interested in preparing for a career in scientific research by sharing their stories and advice on how to prepare for a career in the sciences.

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Women Are Scientists With Disabilities
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Women Are Scientists With Disabilities was produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This film portrays three women scientists, each with a disability, who followed their dreams, overcame physical challenges and became successes in their chosen scientific specialties. These women overcame all their difficulties to become a clinical psychologist, a neurosurgeon and a geneticist/psychiatrist. Their insprational stories show that anyone can achieve their dreams.

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Women Are Surgeons
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Women Are Surgeons was produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This program examines three successful women surgeons and discusses how the balance a very demanding career with family life. It shows them working in the operating rooms on real-life trauma, orthopedic and cardiac surgeries. It also educates young women thinking of a career in surgery by a series of questions asked of the doctors about challenges in this career choice.

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Worker to Worker: A Story of OSHA
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Worker to Worker was produced by the Department of Labor - Occupational Health and Safety Administration in 1980to highlight the many health and safety problems that workers routinely encounter on the job. Workers talk about their experience with OSHA and NIOSH and how they don't want their plants to be shut down but do want to have a safe work environment. It is a good portrayal of how government can work with workers and company owners to find that stable middle ground that works for all parties.

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