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. It has anti-racist and anti-fascist themes, and was made to educate viewers about prejudice and discrimination. 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.
David, my recommendation is Team Human by @rushkoff. There is something about having a book both written and read by the same person.
Surprised, but not surprised?
Just purchased Maybe Zombie by Laura Hilliger (@epilepticrabbit)
https://www.theredhandfiles.com/ is a goldmine.
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/
‘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?