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Interview with Lauren Morus, Mother of SMA Mermaid

Sat, 08/14/2021 - 8:00am

"If you want to be an advocate, listen to people in the disability community and take action. There is plenty of work to do with accessibility and rights. Think about the last time you contacted your representative or dedicated time for a charity."

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Parenting Minutes

Parenting Minutes is a series of short videos from the WNET Group/Channel THIRTEEN (WXXI's sister station serving New York City) that focuses on key topics related to early childhood learning and raising children.

Interview with Rikki Poynter, A Deaf Public Speaker

Sun, 09/12/2021 - 2:00pm

"I definitely wouldn't have imagined 10 years ago that I'd be where I am now. And where accessibility would be now compared to 10 years ago."

Interview with Rome Leykin, A Double Amputee Gone Viral

Tue, 08/31/2021 - 11:00am

"I may have lost both my legs and became a bilateral amputee above knee amputee, but I will never lose my desire to play to win."

The Future of Work Series on WXXI-TV

Wed, 09/15/2021 - 10:00pm

 Since early 2020, the world has been rocked by triple crises: the global pandemic, the ensuing economic disruptions, and the acknowledgement of long-existing racial inequities. With U.S. unemployment sky-high, a majority of Americans are concerned about the future. The usual ladders to security - education, hard work, life-long employment - appear to have broken down.

The Future of Work: The Next Generation Digital Series

The multi-platform "Future of Work" initiative kicks off with the launch of a six-part digital series. The digital series will examine how the pandemic has impacted long-term employment trends for entry-level and early career workers. Through intimate portraits of Americans making their way through an ever-changing landscape, each episode focuses on one of the key themes from Future of Work — the gig economy, the rise of the precariat, the digital nomad, working to live, the community worker, and new opportunities — and through generations in a family, illustrating its past and present.

Cyberchase: Green It Up Resources

Be inspired to care for and celebrate the environment with PBS KIDS Cyberchase!

SSIC Digital Storybooks

Sesame Street in Communities provides a variety of resource types for grownups to use with young children - one type is digital storybooks. 

Coming Together - Sesame Street Resources on Racial Literacy

Sesame Workshop continues its major commitment to racial justice with new resources and content called "Coming Together" to help families talk to young children about race and identity. 

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