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Healing and Revisioning

Belvie Rooks describes how teaching the story of the universe has empowered African American youth to contextualize slavery, envision healing and reconciliation, and image a better future through a broader sense of self and of place.
Online
2015; 2011
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The Passion of Animals

In this film paleontologist Scott Sampson from the Utah Museum of Natural History discusses evolution and the role of the human species in evolution citing co-evolution, natural selection, and extinctions. He details his journey into paleontology and paleontology's importance in the field of sciences.
Online
2015; 2011
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Eco-Cities [electronic resource]

Cities originated as a means to trading and some ancient designs could still be used today. By emphasizing an organic and evolutionary whole-city perspective, Founder of Ecocity Builders Richard Register draws attention to the imaginative ways in which cities are being rethought and rebuilt around the planet for a flourishing, sustainable future.
Online
2015; 2011
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Permaculture [electronic resource]

Penny Livingston, of the Regenerative Design Institute in Bolinas, California, leads viewers through the history of permaculture and its principles. She discusses permaculture as an agricultural practice that increases biodiversity and helps us to understand our place in the ecosystem. She also touches on other food system trends, including seasonal eating and community supported agriculture.
Online
2015; 2011
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Arts and Justice [electronic resource]

Poet, environmental activist and founder of Planetize the Movement, Berkely, Drew Dellinger explains that art gives us access to deep truths about the Universe and liberates us from exploitative modern thinking. Writer Marya Grathwohl an Oldenburg Franciscan Sister, writer and founder of Earth Hope, Wyoming describes her participation in a Crow Sundance, which brought her spiritual transformation.
Online
2015; 2011
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Breakthrough Communities [electronic resource]

Humanity has a pivotal, long-term role in the health of our planet and global community. Carl Anthony of Oakland, California tells how the universe story expanded his understanding of race and environmental justice. With a focus on urban and metropolitan areas, he explains the practical implications of a functional cosmology for sustainable community development.
Online
2015; 2011
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Indigenous Ways of Knowing [electronic resource]

David Begay, Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Northern Arizona University and Nancy Maryboy, President and Founder of Indigenous Education Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico invite us to understand Navajo ways of knowing. They describe a worldview that is place-based, emphasizes kinship and connection, and intimately orients the human within an interrelated and unified cosmos.
Online
2015; 2011
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Teaching Journey of the Universe [electronic resource]

Epics embody the goals and ethics of a culture and Big History provides insight into the human connection with Earth. Tom Collins of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Lawrenceville School and teacher Bindu Mohanty describe how learning The Universe Story allows high school and college students to experience an expanded sense of self and become mindful of working toward a sustainable future.
Online
2015; 2011