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Don’t Be a Sucker is a short film produced by the United States Department of War released in 1943, and adapted as a slightly shorter version in 1947.[1][2] It has anti-racist and anti-fascist themes, and was made to educate viewers about prejudice and discrimination.[1] The film was also made to make the case for the desegregation of the United States armed forces. It is held for preservation by the U.S. National Archives.[3]

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Great point @RafranzDavis about fun not being ok in regards to FaceApp. I cringe at some of the stuff I did during the halcyon days of Web 2.0. I agree with @bonstewart that together we need to push back on why surveillance capitalism matters
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David, my recommendation is Team Human by @rushkoff. There is something about having a book both written and read by the same person.
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Surprised, but not surprised?
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Sometimes I feel I should clean up my RSS feeds, removing those blogs that have gone dorment, but then one of them comes to life again like @JoelBSperanza. Then I think that is why I do not clean up my feeds http://joelsperanza.com/classroom-practice/what-marathons-and-school-have-in-common-repeated-choices/
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‘Relevance’ implies to me that teaching and professional development can be categorically measured. I wonder if it is about purpose and context, rather than the ‘relevance’ of the facilitator?