Our Earliest Colonial Settlements, by Charles M. Andrews. (1933)
Without a Net, by Dr. Marshall Saper. (1986)
A Name on the Quilt, by Jeannine Atkins. (1999)
Subjects of Deceit, by Alison Leigh Brown. (1998)
How to Prepare for the Graduate Record Exam, by S.M. Weiner Brownstein & S. W. Green. (1994)
Uncovering the Right on Campus, Center for CAMPUS Organizing. (1997)
The Way We Really Are, by Stephanie Coontz. (1997)
Lost Fathers: The Politics of Fatherlessness in America, by Cynthia Daniels. (2000)
Academic Couples, by Marianne A. Ferber & Jane W. Loeb. (1997)
Inequality by Design, by Claude S. Fischer, Michael Hout, Martin Sanchez Jankowski, Samuel R. Lucas, Ann Swidler, and Kim Voss. (1996)
Free the Children, by Susan Gingras Fitzell. (1997)
Carly, by Annegert Fuchshuber. (1995)
50 Ways to a Safer World, by Patricia Giggans & Barrie Levy. (1997)
The Eight Technologies of Otherness, by Sue Golding. (1997)
Cultivating Intelligence, by Louise Harmon & Deborah W. Post. (1996)
Highwired, by Cynthia Haynes, & Jan Rune Holmevik. (1998)
Privlege, Power, and Difference, by Allan G. Johnson. (2001)
Sexual Life in Ancient Rome, by Otto Kiefer. (1993)
Leadership and Social Change, by William R. Lassey & Richard R. Fernandez. (1976)
Akhenaten, Dweller in Truth, by Naguib Mahfouz. (1998)
Always Remember, by NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. (1996)
Fatal Extraction: The Story Behind the Florida Dentist, by Mark Carl Rom. (1997)
Dangerous Territories, by Leslie G. Roman & Linda Eyre. (1997)
Culture, Differece, & Power: Multimedia CD-Rom for Windows & MacIntosh, by Christine E. Sleeter. (2001)
More Quick Hits, by Stocking, Bender, Cookman, Peterson & Votaw. (1998)
In the Name of Love: A Study of Sexual Desire, by Jill Tweedie. (2000)
Everyday Courage, by Niobe Way. (1998)
Ethnic Film and Filmstrip Guide, by Lubomyr R. Wynar & Lois Buttlar. (1980)
A Time of AIDS: Fighting Back 1 hour and 33 minutes
America at Work: Living with HIV
Lest We Forget AIDS quilt memorial
Living with AIDS
NAMES Project Opening Quilt Ceremony shows how to properly display AIDS Memorial Quilt, 10 min.
Ropa Americana (American Clothing) Documents the textile trade from the American who donates a t-shirt to a charitable organization to the Costa Rican who purchases the donated t-shirt in a second hand store, 30 min.
Skokie True story of an Illinois town, Nazi theme, 2 hours.
"Someone, I tell you... will remember us" AIDS memorial
The Los Altos Story
Dealing with Diversity: Gender, Sexual Orientation, Ablitlity, Hate Groups. 6 hrs.
Of Ebony Embers: Preview of Ebony Embers’ performance; theatre vignettes of Harlem Renaissance, 8 min.
German Americans: Henry Steinway, actor Eric Braeden, historian Susan Eisenhower, composer Hans Zimmer, and conductor Erich Kunzel discuss the influence German Americans have had on the culture, 1 hr.
Ghosts of Rwanda: Marking the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, this documentary features interviews with government officials, diplomats, soldiers, and survivors of the genocide, which killed nearly 800,000 Rwandans, 2hrs., DVD format.
Hollywood Censored: Movies, Morality, & the Production Code: History of self-censorship of Hollywood’s morality (production code) and current debate of censorship, 52 min.
Ku Klux Klan: A Secret History: History of the White Supremacy Movement and more recent Klan Watch.1 hr, 47 min
Larry Rubin Lecture Series: 1993 lecturer Dr. Bacanza discusses the merits of diversity and diversity in education, 20 min of introduction and 40 min lecture.
Love in the Ancient World: Documents Western primitive and ancient societies’ traditions and concepts of love, 97 min. (without commercials)
Michael Tilford Conference: Diversity and Multiculturalism Conference October 1997 series of lectures- American Indian philosophy, minorities in education, “Race Rules” and race relations, 3 hrs. 10 min.
Musa Nova: Cole Porter’s Night and Day. Latin Jazz Music Video, 5 min.
Nikki Giovanni: African American social poet—lecture about social issues and humanity at Gainsville College, GA. She also reads her poems “This is my house” and “Ego Trip.”, 42 min.
Regents Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism in the University Curriculum: Miquel Carranza speaks at the 2nd Annual Regent’s Conference.
Regents Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism in the University Curriculum: Lorna Gonsalves-Pinto speaks at the 2nd Annual Regent’s Conference.
Regents Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism in the University Curriculum: John Ogbu speaks at the 2nd Annual Regent’s Conference.
Regents Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism in the University Curriculum: Multiculturalism and Institutional Change: Dr. Yolanda Moses of City College of New York/ CUNY speaks about diversity programming at the university level at the 3rd Annual Regent’s Conference, 60 min.
Regents Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism in the University Curriculum: Many Masks of Multicultural Education: Dr. Carlos E. Cortez of University of California at Riverside speaks about the different approaches to multiculturalism at 3rd Annual Regent’s Conference, 58 min.
Regents Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism in the University Curriculum: New Directions in Effective Teaching and Pedagogy: Dr. James A. Anderson of North Carolina State University speaks about teaching diversity and outcomes at the 3rd Annual Regent’s Conference, 73 min.
The Shadow of Hate: Documentary of the US history of prejudice and discrimination, 38 min.
Southern Poverty Law Center: Documentary defining the purpose, the history, and the actions of the Southern Poverty Law Center, 22 min.
Viva Cummings: Theatre company performing assortment of songs in celebration of E. E. Cummings work, 6 min.
War on the Wall: Allied Poster Art: The history of the median of the poster and its role in society during the war effort, 30 min.
We Are Your Sisters: Theatre company’s interpretive dancing. This segment revolves around slavery issues, 8 min.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt
American Association for Affirmative Action
Civil Liberties Monitoring Project
The Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action By Any Means Necessary (BAMN)
Communication Studies Resources - University of Iowa
The Gender Revolution(The Washington Post)
Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)
United States Commission on Civil Rights
Voice of the Shuttle: Minority Studies Page
Welcome to Men
Welcome to the Simon Wiesenthal Center Online