This documentary closely examines the rust-belt city of Cleveland, one of the most racially divided American cities in the wake of the police murder of Tamir Rice.
2017, MVD Entertainment Group. 74 min.
Paradigm's Joelle Emerson, All Star Code's Christina Lewis Halpern and Lyft's Tariq Meyers discuss inclusion and diversity in the tech world with WSJ Chief News Editor Jason Anders at the WSJ D.Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif.
2018, Wall Street Journal. 23 minutes.
This video seminar with Dr. Whitney Howzell helps viewers examine the implicit bias and behaviors that they bring into the clinical setting that could that negatively promote healthcare disparities. Viewers learn how to self-evaluate and how to implement best practices to avoid and correct any biased treatment of your patients. Dr. Howzell presents historical and contemporary examples of bias and discusses microaggressions and overt discrimination.
2020. PESI, Inc. 63 min.
Go inside the lives of people working to create an antiracist American future. They film themselves doing the work, confronting the obstacles and achieving the victories that could add up to real change in the movement for racial justice.
2021, Distributed by PBS Distribution. 54 min.
In this video, Cutting Edge staff discuss stereotyping and diversity. Most of us resort to stereotyping when dealing with management, colleagues, suppliers, regulators and clients; everyone at some time is guilty of forming blanket opinions based on shallow perceptions.
2016, Seven Dimensions. 8 min.
In this candid talk, inclusion advocate Janet Stovall shares a three-part action plan for creating workplaces where people feel safe and expected to be their unassimilated, authentic selves.
2018, TED. 11 min.
Have you ever noticed that in film and on TV, period dramas tend to have almost entirely white casts? It’s almost as if, at least in film and TV land, black people do not feature in British history at all. The Guardian’s Josh Toussaint-Strauss finds out how accurate costume dramas are in terms of racial diversity, and looks into the reasons why period dramas might get whitewashed.
2020, Guardian News & Media Ltd. 7 minutes.
McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas, 2019. 7 minutes
Media representations of individuals or groups can hurt by reflecting stereotypes and mistaken beliefs or can help by being truthful and inclusive.
Streaming Videos - Teaching & Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Racial disparity in academic achievement remains a leading problem in American education, both at the K-12 and the college levels. A number of studies show greater diversity in the teaching profession can address some of those concerns. Hari Sreenivasan has a look at a teacher training program that is aiming to increase diversity in the classroom and improve results all the way through college.
2019, NewsHour Productions. 5 minutes.
This three-program series addresses the important need for cultural awareness in the provision of healthcare in the 21st century, showing how cultural diversity impacts mutual understanding on many levels and in a variety of aspects of daily life. Both verbal and non-verbal communication differences are addressed. The discussion covers the cultural demographics of the United States and the demographic differences between the general population and healthcare providers.
2020, Classroom Productions, Inc. 3 videos, 16 minutes each.
This program presents some widely identified best practices for promoting equity. It examines the mindset of equitable practices in classrooms, schools, and districts at the elementary, middle, and high school levels; explains how viewing curriculum and instruction through the lens of equity encourages a willingness to put aside previously held beliefs and misconceptions about students, helping to change teaching behaviors; and shows examples of behaviors that engage and support student learning while promoting rigor in the classroom.
2011, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development d/b/a ASCD. 50 minutes.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is critical in creating a safe, supportive, and engaging learning environment for ALL students to thrive. In this video seminar, educational consultant and teacher Savanna Flakes offers proven evidence-based techniques to support social and emotional learning and to help students navigate the transition to school post-COVID. She offers low-prep ideas on incorporating lessons on resilience, goal setting, and self-monitoring and presents strategies for reducing anxiety and building collaborative relationships.
2020, PESI, Inc. 1 hour, 28 minutes.
Teaching cultural competency online is an emerging field of research and practice. Dr. Wright teaches an online multicultural class and reviews some surprising advantages.
2016, Microtraining Associates, Columbia University Teachers College. 45 min.
Sociologist Anindya Kundu invites us to take a deeper look at the personal, social and institutional challenges that keep students from thriving in the United States -- and shows how closing this "opportunity gap" means valuing public education for what it really is: the greatest investment in our collective future.
2019, TED. 8 minutes.