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Youth Studies


Directed by Molly Kreuzman

Diagnosed with learning difficulties, Tori finds her greatest teacher in nature, spending a "gap year" living semi-primitively with four other young women in Oregon's Cascade Mountains.

Earth Seasoned...#GapYear is the inspiring story of five young urban women who spend a gap year between high school and college living semi-primitively in a remote mountainside wilderness in Oregon. Told mainly through the story of Tori Davis, a teenager with learning difficulties, the film chronicles the group's four seasons in the woods as part of the Caretaker nature program. As the seasons succeed, the group has to adapt to what the wilderness provides and to what it withholds.

Through lyrical live action footage and smartly paced animation, the film reveals how separately and together the girls learn ancient skills of craftsmanship and teamwork and forge deep powers of resilience and self-reliance. Earth Seasoned has essential messages about talent, compassion and community and about the real conditions for human flourishing.

DVD / 2017 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adults) / 75 minutes

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Directed by Samantha Grant

A group of girls in a remote forest in Paraguay are transformed at an experimental high school where they learn to protect the threatened forest and build a future for themselves.

DAUGHTERS of the FOREST tells the powerful, uplifting story of a small group of girls in one of the most remote forests left on earth who attend a radical high school where they learn to protect the threatened forest and forge a better future for themselves.

Set in the untamed wilds of the Mbaracayu Reserve in rural Paraguay, this intimate verite documentary offers a rare glimpse of a disappearing world where timid girls grow into brave young women even as they are transformed by their unlikely friendships with one another. Filmed over the course of five years, we follow the girls from their humble homes in indigenous villages through the year after their graduation to see exactly how their revolutionary education has and will continue to impact their future lives.

DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2016 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adults) / 56 minutes

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Cyber-bullying is a growing concern due to enhanced use of social media and other forms of technology. Anonymity offers an opportunity for students to bully others without being seen. The consequences of such actions can be devastating for the victim and programs are needed to address this issue. This session demonstrates the use of a solution-focused Adlerian counseling model with youth who have been victims of cyber-bullying. The model infuses art, solution focused and Adlerian techniques into a session that empowers the victim. The model will be illustrated through a live role play as well as case studies and practical exercises.

DVD / 2014 / 88 minutes

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Directed by Anne de Mare, Kirsten Kelly

Three homeless teens in Chicago fight to stay in school, graduate, and build a future.

THE HOMESTRETCH follows three homeless teens as they fight to stay in school, graduate, and build a future. Each of these resilient, inspiring teenagers - Roque, Kasey and Anthony - will surprise and challenge audiences to rethink stereotypes of homelessness as they work to complete their education while facing the trauma of being alone and abandoned at an early age.

Through haunting images, intimate scenes, and first-person narratives, these teens take us on their journeys of struggle and triumph. As their stories unfold, the film connects us deeply with larger issues of poverty, race, juvenile justice, immigration, foster care, and LGBTQ rights.

With unprecedented access into the Chicago Public Schools, The Night Ministry's Crib emergency youth shelter and Teen Living Programs' Belfort House, THE HOMESTRETCH follows these kids as they move through the milestones of high school while navigating a landscape of couch hopping, emergency shelters, transitional homes, street families and a school system on the front lines of this crisis. The film examines the struggles these youth face in obtaining a high school level education, and then follows them beyond graduation to focus on the crucial transition when the structure of school vanishes and homeless youth struggle to find the support and community they need to survive and be independent. A powerful, original perspective on what it means to be young, homeless and building a future in America today.

DVD / 2014 / (Grades 10-12, College, Adult) / 89 minutes

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The number of violent crimes committed by juveniles nationwide continues to rise alarmingly. In response, the courts are sentencing more young offenders to tough prison terms. What, specifically, is being done to show these wards of the state a different path? Is there any hope for young people in prison? This program provides faith-based initiatives key to reaching disconnected youth by providing spiritual counseling, support and encouragement to juveniles, who want to turn from the past and lead a new life free of crime by living the Christian faith.

DVD / 2013 / 30 minutes

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Directed by Lisa Molomot

A year in the life of a forest kindergarten in Switzerland where being outdoors and unstructured play are the main components.

No classroom for these kindergarteners. In Switzerland's Langnau am Albis, a suburb of Zurich, children 4 to 7 years of age, go to kindergarten in the woods every day, no matter what the weatherman says. This eye-opening film follows the forest kindergarten through the seasons of one school year and looks into the important question of what it is that children need at that age. There is laughter, beauty and amazement in the process of finding out.

The documentary is a combination of pure observational footage of the children at kindergarten in the forest, paired with interviews with parents, teachers, child development experts, and alumni, offering the viewers a genuine look into the forest kindergarten. There are also scenes of a traditional kindergarten in the United States to show the contrast between the different approaches.

DVD / 2013 / (Grades K-12, College, Adult) / 36 minutes

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Directed by Marta Cunningham

In 2008, eighth-grader Brandon McInerney shot classmate Larry King at point blank range. Unraveling this tragedy, the film reveals the heartbreaking circumstances that led to the shocking crime as well as the aftermath.

On February 12, 2008, in an Oxnard, California, classroom, 14-year-old Brandon McInerney shot classmate Larry King twice; Larry died of the wounds two days later. Larry (Leticia), a gender-variant youth of color, had liked to wear makeup and heels to school, and had publicly announced a crush on McInerney. For this reason, some of McInerney's defenders say the victim had "embarrassed" the shooter--and was therefore at least partly to blame for his own murder.

VALENTINE ROAD is about an outrageous crime and an even more outrageous defense of it, but the film goes much deeper than mere outrage. In the end, it's the story of two victims of homophobia. Larry was killed because of it, but Brandon's life was horribly twisted by it as well. And it's the story of a community's response--sometimes inspirational and sometimes cruel--to a terrible tragedy.

Filmmaker Marta Cunningham deftly looks beyond the sensational aspects of the murder, introducing us to Larry's friends, teachers and guardians, as well as Brandon's loved ones--both children had led difficult lives. In examining Brandon's prosecution and defense, the documentary poses difficult questions about punishing juveniles for serious crimes, while exposing society's pervasive and deadly intolerance of young people who don't conform to its gender "norms."

VALENTINE ROAD brilliantly focuses on how bigotry and prejudice are community-wide problems, rather than only the acts of individuals. It asks how schools can respond to the the full complexity of students' lives, and support students in crisis before tragedy strikes.

DVD / 2013 / (Grades 8-12, College, Adult) / 88 minutes

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By Ken C. Winters, Ph.D.

In this compelling new video, doctors and clinicians join young people in recovery to candidly discuss symptoms and consequences of drug abuse, the neurobiology of addiction, substance abuse treatment, and life in recovery.

DVD (Closed Captioned, With CD-ROM) / 2013 / 90 minutes

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By Mindy Millard-Stafford

Youth Sports: What Are the Risks? What Are the Benefits? addresses the issue of the challenges that the kids who are playing competitive youth sports are currently facing. The DVD points out the inherent dangers that exist in overtraining, more involved parents, undue pressure to specialize, and peer pressure, as well as too much coach on occasion. The DVD discusses when it can be too early to start playing sports and what steps parents can take to help ensure that their children are not overtraining.

Among the topics covered:
  • Exercise dose in kids: a bi-modal distribution
  • Baby boom parents in Millennials
  • Overtraining-overreaching?
  • Training dose: how much is enough?
  • Adolescent athlete and the team physician: a consensus statement
  • Endurance performance: what do we really know?
  • Timing of nutrition during recovery
  • Higher CHO "facilitates" training
  • Getting (and keeping) girls in the game

  • DVD / 2012 / 39 minutes

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    Directed by Bruno Sorrentino

    Revisits four children in England, Brazil, Papua New Guinea, and Latvia, who were born in 1992, the year of the first Rio Earth Summit, and measures the impact of globalization on their lives.

    Hayley was born into a coal-mining community in Merseyside, UK. When the mines closed down, her father lost his job, and her parents divorced. Rosamaria was born into an extended family in the violent and dangerous favela of Rocinha, in Rio de Janeiro. The drugs are gone, police 'pacification' has transformed Rocinha, and Rosamaria's a single mom with a new boyfriend, trying to find a job.

    Angela was born on Lihir Island, in Papua New Guinea, just as a gold mine was about to be built. Twenty years later, the mine has brought huge benefits to Lihirians, but also pollution. Martens was born in Jelgava, on the outskirts of the Latvian capital Riga, after the collapse of the Soviet Union. After joining the European Union in 2000, Latvia's economy had been hit hard by the Eurocrisis; Marten's own dream is to become a chef.

    DVD / 2012 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adult) / 48 minutes

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    Directed by Bruno Sorrentino

    Revisits four children in India, Norway, and South Africa, who were born in 1992, the year of the first Rio Earth Summit, and measures the impact of globalization on their lives.

    In south India, Panjy was born into a community dependent on the local fireworks industry. As a child, she was determined to finish her education -- but family debt intervened; she was forced to quit school, and later had an arranged marriage. In north Norway, Amelia was born into a remote cod-fishing community on the edge of the Arctic. But the fishing industry gave way to tourism in the 1990s, when fishing quotas were introduced, and Amelia worked as a waitress. Now she's desperate to get away and experience life outside of her remote home town.

    On the other side of the world, in South Africa, we catch up with Justin, who is forging a new future for himself as an undergraduate at Cape Town University far from his parents' farm in the Eastern Cape. Tragedy has struck down Vusumzi, our second South African `Earth Summit' child -- tragically killed in a senseless act of violence three years ago. His mother Mavis recounts what happened and then, amazingly, forgives his killer.

    DVD / 2012 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adult) / 50 minutes

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    Directed by Bruno Sorrentino

    Revisits three children in the United States, Kenya, and China, who were born in 1992, the year of the first Rio Earth Summit, and measures the impact of globalization on their lives.

    In California, Stephanie's father worked as a logger, caught up in the 1992 controversy surrounding the spotted owl and logging taking place in the bird's habitat. Today, Stephanie's still an outdoor girl -- rodeo riding, fishing, shooting, and accompanying her truck driver boyfriend on the road.

    Erdo was the eighth child born into a nomadic Turkana family in the drought-ridden north of Kenya. Despite his mother Esther's heroic efforts to ensure his education, a teenage Erdo drifted into living with street gangs in the local town of Isiolo until Esther tracked him down and persuaded him to return to school, where he's now training to be a mechanic.

    Our final `Earth Summit' child, Kay-Kay, was born in the city of Guangzhou just as China's economy was taking off. A star pupil at school, Kay-Kay's now an undergraduate at a brand new university on the outskirts of the city, but still goes home to see her parents and sing karaoke with them on the weekends.

    DVD / 2012 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adult) / 50 minutes

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    Directed by Katie Galloway and Kelly Duane de la Vega

    The story of two young Texans accused of intending to firebomb the 2008 Republican National Convention reveals the workings of the post 9/11 security state.

    How did two boyhood friends from Midland, Texas wind up arrested on terrorism charges at the 2008 Republican National Convention? BETTER THIS WORLD follows the journey of David McKay (22) and Bradley Crowder (23) from political neophytes to accused domestic terrorists with a particular focus on the relationship they develop with a radical activist mentor in the six months leading up to their arrests. A dramatic story of idealism, loyalty, crime and betrayal, BETTER THIS WORLD goes to the heart of the War on Terror and its impact on civil liberties and political dissent in post-9/11 America.

    DVD / 2011 / (Grades 10-12, College, Adult) / 89 minutes

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    With Dr. Kevin Nadal

    Dr. Nadal counsels an Asian, Filipina-American lesbian woman who moved the U.S. when she was a teenager. Issues of acculturation, coming-out, and identity are explored.

    DVD / 2011 / 29 minutes

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    With Dr. Kevin Nadal

    Dr. Nadal counsels a Latino gay male who shares his anxieties about his family, lack of support system, and desire for a long-term relationship. He encourages the client to talk about repressed feelings regarding his identity development, as well as the cultural influences of the client's coming out processes.

    DVD / 2011 / 33 minutes

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    Directed by Tom Weidlinger

    Inspirational film that shows a way to bring out the individual talents of five teenagers normally classified as learning disabled.

    Wounded by the stigma of being in "special ed" the five teenage protagonists of ORIGINAL MINDS struggle to articulate how their brains work.

    Kerrigan is a deep thinker, often seeing connections between disparate ideas and concepts, but when it comes to telling you what you've just said he hasn't a clue.

    When Nee Nee writes her fingers have a hard time keeping up with her thoughts.

    People often get annoyed with Nattie because she doesn't know when to stop teasing and kidding around.

    Marshall spends a lot of time in the bathroom, where his parents can't bug him about homework. He says he wants to "turn over a new leaf" but he's lost nine of his last fifteen math assignments.

    Members of Deandre's family tell him he is not college material. He's determined to prove them wrong.

    Parents, teachers, friends, therapists, and coaches all weigh in, sometimes with conflicting views, but it's the kids who become the experts in this film, as they work intensively with the filmmaker to tell their stories and discover that they are smarter than they thought. Their narratives reveal the unique approach to learning that each must discern and claim as his or her own if they are to succeed in the world. ORIGINAL MINDS eschews the confusing thicket of labels for learning disorders and reveals universal truths about how we all acquire and process information.

    DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2011 / (Grades 9-12, College, Adult) / 57 minutes

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    By Suzanne Moore Gray

    Exercise is one of the most underutilized, yet effective, treatments for children with autistic spectrum disorders. Because one size does not fit all, Fitness and Recreational Activities for Youth with Autistic Spectrum Disorders points out the need to offer an array of activity options for children with an ASD. In that context, the DVD provides an overview of the "Raise the Bar" Fitness and Wellness Program, which encompasses a number of appropriate and safe activities for facilitating neuro-developmental growth, body awareness, increased balance, sensory integration, mobility skills and most importantly, the skills of "just being a kid."

    Among the topics covered:
  • AutismˇXwhat is it?
  • The critical link: autism and exercise
  • Eight interchangeable movement experiences
  • Administration process for clients
  • Example of assessment and screening

  • DVD / 2010 / 58 minutes

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    With Julie Tilsen, David Nylund

    In this engaging and provocative discussion, Julie Tilsen and Dave Nylund discuss the clinical use of cultural studies and methodologies as a way to engage youth in productive, meaningful, and meaning-making conversations about the influence of popular culture in their lives. Taking a both/and approach, they discuss ways to engage youth around the problematic and productive potential of pop culture images and texts. Julie and Dave, in an application of cultural studies methodologies, meet with a group of youth to explore their relationships with pop culture. Together, they discuss ways in which the youth critically engage with the messages they are exposed to, make decisions about what they consume, and construct their identities through pop culture texts.

    DVD / 2010 / 49 minutes

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    Directed by Tonje Hessen Schei

    What are the consequences of a childhood removed from nature? Six screen-addicted teens take their first wilderness adventure.

    One generation from now most people in the U.S. will have spent more time in the virtual world than in nature. New media technologies have improved our lives in countless ways. Information now appears with a click. Overseas friends are part of our daily lives. And even grandma loves Wii.

    But what are we missing when we are behind screens? And how will this impact our children, our society, and eventually, our planet?

    At a time when children play more behind screens than outside, PLAY AGAIN explores the changing balance between the virtual and natural worlds. Is our connection to nature disappearing down the digital rabbit hole?

    This emotionally moving and humorous documentary follows six teenagers who, like the "average American child," spend five to fifteen hours a day behind screens. PLAY AGAIN unplugs these teens and takes them on their first wilderness adventure - no electricity, no cell phone coverage, no virtual reality.

    Through the voices of children and leading experts including journalist Richard Louv, sociologist Juliet Schor, environmental writer Bill McKibben, educators Diane Levin and Nancy Carlsson-Paige, neuroscientist Gary Small, parks advocate Charles Jordan, and geneticist David Suzuki, PLAY AGAIN investigates the consequences of a childhood removed from nature and encourages action for a sustainable future.

    DVD / 2010 / (Grades 6-12, College, Adult) / 80 minutes

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    By Wayne Westcott
    For the majority of preadolescents, the only practical means for developing an appropriately fit musculoskeletal system is a sensible, supervised program of strength exercise. Youth Strength Training: A Need, Not an Option summarizes and applies 25 years of research on designing and implementing safe, effective, and time-efficient youth strength-training protocols. Featuring a breakout session at the 2009 ACSM Health & Fitness Summit, the DVD details the key factors involved in developing sound strength-training programs for both average and overweight boys and girls.

    Among topics covered:
  • Youth Obesity
  • Youth Strength Training: Perceptions vs. Reality
  • Exercise Guidelines and Teaching Methods
  • Musculoskeletal Benefits and Athletic Performance

  • DVD / 2009 / 54 minutes

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    Directed by Nupur Basu

    A young Indian woman has to choose-stay with a husband who doesn't want female children, or make it on her own.

    Twenty-seven year old Vyjanthi lives in the Indian city of Agra, in the shadow of the Taj Mahal built in honor of a beautiful woman. Already mother to one three-year old girl, when she became pregnant again her husband and in-laws forced her to have a scan to determine the sex of the foetus. Told she was carrying a girl, they tried to pressure her to have an abortion, and after a major argument she fled to her parents' home. But she felt bad, went back to her husband, got pregnant again, and the same thing happened all over again.

    Now she's living with her parents, with two young daughters-and undecided whether she can make it on her own, or will have to go back to her husband again. Sex-selective abortion is illegal in India, but so widespread that there are many more boys than girls, especially in India's more prosperous states. Vyjanthi wants to know if things are really as bad for girls in the rest of India as in her own neighborhood. Isn't India now one of the world's booming economies, thanks to its embrace of globalization?

    Life takes Vyjanthi on a journey through India, and films as she makes a disturbing discovery. Just because a country's becoming richer, doesn't actually mean life's going to be better for most people. In fact the status of women in India is falling behind that of women in many other countries, even in South Asia, and the newly prosperous middle class are particularly likely to abort female foetuses.

    Will Vyjanthi decide that India can offer her and her daughters a fair and prosperous future on their own? Or will she decide that India is no country for young girls, and go back to her husband?

    DVD (Color, Closed Captioned) / 2008 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adult) / 25 minutes

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    Money talks. Teens in Los Angeles discuss money: getting it, spending it and learning to live without it.

    An original short film by award-winning filmmaker and photographer Lauren Greenfield, kids + money is a conversation with young people from diverse Los Angeles communities about the role of money in their lives. From rich to poor, Pacific Palisades to East L.A., kids address how they are shaped by a culture of consumerism.

    In kids + money, Greenfield takes the cultural temperature of a generation imprinted by commercial values. Born of the extremes of poverty and wealth that define the Los Angeles landscape, kids tell their stories in a series of interview-based "portraits."

    DVD (Color, Closed Captioned) / 2007 / (Grades 5-12, College, Adult) / 33 minutes

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    A UNICEF initiative involves children in decisions that affect their own futures, their families and communities.

    One in five of the world's population is aged between 12 and 18. In developing countries, where the percentage is much higher, children and young people often carry a huge burden of responsibility yet rarely are their views taken into account. This Life program reports on a Unicef initiative to involve children in decisions that affect their own futures, their families and communities.

    From post-conflict Sri Lanka to the back-streets of New Delhi children are campaigning to be heard: street children forming the Children's Council in New Delhi, a teenage photographer campaigning for girls to be able to stay in school in Bangladesh, a sixteen year-old fighting discrimination against HIV/AIDS sufferers in Nepal.

    DVD (Color) / 2004 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adult) / 25 minutes

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    Documents the difficult transition of three of the "Lost Boys and Girls" of Sudan to life as immigrants in Seattle, WA

    More than 2 million Sudanese have died in the longest uninterrupted civil war in the world, now in its 20th year. Another 5 million civilians have fled their homes to escape the fighting.

    A GREAT WONDER traces the extraordinary journey of three young Sudanese orphans, a fraction of the 17,000 so-called "Lost Boys" of Sudan, who have spent the majority of their lives either in flight from war or in refugee camps in Ethiopia and Northern Kenya. Having navigated the hazards of warfare, disease and starvation, their arrival and resettlement in Seattle, WA, is not your average immigration story.

    Over the course of 18 months, these youths have recorded their own experiences through their own eyes and in their own words using digital video cameras. The resulting "diaries" serve as a personal thread throughout the film, incorporating first-hand accounts of their experiences in war with their radically different lives as immigrants in America.

    A story of survival in its most elemental form, A GREAT WONDER explores the concepts of loss, faith, community and freedom as it bears witness to the spirit that drives these young people to rebuild their lives.

    DVD (Color) / 2003 / (Grades 10-12, College, Adult) / 61 minutes

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    Some answers for the hard questions about growing up male in America.

    Boys are in trouble. The spate of school shootings in 1998 and 1999 amplified a warning being sounded by social scientists. After 20 years of concern over the status of girls raised by the women's movement, some experts say it is boys we need to turn our attention to. There are disturbing statistics to back this up. Four boys are diagnosed as emotionally disturbed for every one girl. Six boys are diagnosed with attention deficit disorder for every one girl. Boys kill themselves five times more often than girls. Boys are four times more likely to drop out of high school than girls are. Girls now outnumber boys entering college.

    How do boys become men? How do they learn courage, the difference between right and wrong, and the meaning of love? What hurts them, makes them violent, and sometimes kills them? Boys Will Be Men, a new documentary film about growing up male in America, seeks answers to these questions.

    DVD (Color, Closed Captioned) / 2001 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adult) / 57 minutes

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    Community organization works with at-risk youth in Boston.

    The Morning Star Baptist Church in Boston was filled with hundreds of mourners, gathered to pay their last respects to a local parishioner. Suddenly, without warning, violence erupted. Thirteen young men in black hoods strode into the church, picked out someone in one of the pews -- and as he tried to escape from the back of the church -- stabbed him nine times on different parts of his body.

    For the African- American clergy serving Boston's inner city community, and for the charismatic Rev. Eugene Rivers in particular, it was the final straw -- the moment they decided they had to do something about the escalating crisis of violence in the city. The result was the formation of the Boston Ten Point Coalition, an ecumenical group working to mobilize the community around issues affecting African- American and Latino youth -- and especially those at risk from violence, drug abuse and other destructive behavior.

    The Coalition's goal wasn't to replace the local church -- but to make it more effective in the work of rebuilding community by getting out into the streets -- to 'walk the walk and talk the talk' with the city's growing numbers of alienated and disaffected young people.

    DVD (Color) / 2000 / (Grades 7-12, College, Adult) / 24 minutes

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    This video emphasizes the hopeful message that suicides can be prevented. It focuses on the preventative actions that students can take if they are having thoughts of suicide or know of others who are at risk. It features the real stories of young people who found help after making an attempt or having suicidal ideation. Evidence and research-based, the program helps students:

  • Understand protective factors that decrease the risk of suicide.
  • Recognize the importance of seeking help and identifying trusted adults who can provide that help.
  • Identify the factors that increase the risk of suicide.
  • Know the warning signs that a friend or classmate may be thinking of suicide.
  • Realize the importance of not "keeping a secret" when a friend or classmate is at risk.
  • Appreciate that there are effective treatments for depression and other mental health problems.

  • DVD / (Grades 7-College) / 26 minutes

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