1. CBS News Showreel

    03:03

    from BBC Worldwide Learning / Added

    37 Plays / / 0 Comments

    Our CBS News showreels gives a flavour of this legendary news archive, represented by BBC Motion Gallery Education. Famed programmes including 'Face the Nation','Sunday Morning' and '60 Minutes' provide powerful, relevant resources for teachers and students alike.

    + More details
    • Bethel Presbyterian Church, Clover, SC

      10:43

      from Benny Dawkins / Added

      315 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Bethel Presbyterian Church, Clover, SC. Celebrating 250 years of Faithfulness.

      + More details
      • Indiana History Project: Women of the Civil War

        01:00:31

        from Star Station / Added

        59 Plays / / 0 Comments

        Host Brad Bough talks with guests Annette Taylor, Ginger East, and Lori Roberts about how life was for women during the Civil War.

        + More details
        • Secret Mysteries Of America s Beginnings - Vol 3 - Eye Of Th-3

          45:03

          from Henning Witte / Added

          82 Plays / / 0 Comments

          History of the dollar bill design and it's Illuminati influence

          + More details
          • Civil War Reenactment - Norlands Living History Center

            24:47

            from srctv / Added

            155 Plays / / 0 Comments

            The brave soldiers of the American Civil War are remembered and celebrated in this documentary featured on Saco River Community Television in 2013.

            + More details
            • Ed Steers: Historian/Author

              07:07

              from Jack Kelly / Added

              66 Plays / / 0 Comments

              Dr. Steers was trained as a molecular biologist graduating from the University of Pennsylvania (BS 1959, PhD 1963). He joined the staff of the National Institutes of Health and worked as a biomedical researcher in collaboration with Christian B. Anfinsen (Nobel Prize winner in 1972) until 1984 when he was appointed Deputy Science Director for intramural research in the Diabetes and Digestive Diseases and Kidney Diseases Institute (NIDDK). He retired in 1994 and took up writing fulltime in his favorite avocation, history. During the past thirteen years Dr. Steers has published four paperback books and four hardcover books dealing with Abraham Lincoln, and the Home Front during World War II. Equipment used: Canon XF300, Canon EOS T3i. Edited and graded with FCPX and Motion 5.

              + More details
              • Emily as Marian Anderson

                01:04

                from Mr. Jones / Added

                27 Plays / / 0 Comments

                In this short video excerpt, Emily is taking on the role of Marian Anderson during an interactive museum experience at Talcott Fine Arts and Museum Academy during the After School Showcase on May 9, 2013.

                + More details
                • Mendi + Keith Obadike : American Cypher at The Studio Museum in Harlem

                  01:00

                  from Keith Obadike / Added

                  663 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Sound Installation about Race and DNA at The Studio Museum in Harlem New York, NY — The Studio Museum in Harlem presents “American Cypher”, an installation by conceptual artists Mendi + Keith Obadike. This site-specific work is a suite of projects that respond to American stories about race and DNA. The project was originally commissioned by the Griot Institute for Africana Studies and the Samek Art Gallery of Bucknell University and includes a sound & video installation with a series of letterpress prints and a book. The artists consider the role of DNA in contemporary American culture through five stories about black Americans that hinge on deciphering genetic code. These stories include the racial politics of genetic researcher James Watson, the dream ancestry of Oprah Winfrey, the use of DNA in the criminal justice system, and the code of president Barack Obama. At the center of the project is the story of Sally Hemings, the enslaved woman who bore several children by President Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson and Hemings had been rumored (by political rivals and Hemings’ own children) since the early 1800s to have had some kind of an affair. In 1998 DNA evidence linked Hemings’ offspring to the Jefferson family, proving centuries-old rumors, controversial scholarship, and oral history about their relationship to be true. The artists made original recordings of Hemings’ last surviving possession, a small bell given to her by Martha Jefferson (Thomas Jefferson’s wife and Hemings’ half sister) that is on exhibit today at Jefferson’s Motnicello mansion in Virginia. From these digitally altered recordings they created a soundscape that is currently playing at The Studio Museum in Harlem. The artists use the genetic code of the Hemings and Jefferson family lines as a musical score to generate the soundscape. Mendi + Keith Obadike are interdisciplinary artists whose music, live art, and conceptual Internet artworks have been exhibited internationally. Their work generated much discussion online and offline when they offered Keith's "blackness" for sale on eBay in 2001 as an Internet performance. Their works have been exhibited at The Whitney's Artport, The New Museum and The Studio Museum in Harlem. Their opera masquerade, "Four Electric Ghosts," was developed at Toni Morrison's Atelier at Princeton University in 2005 and commissioned by the Kitchen in New York in 2009. They were awarded the Pick Laudati Digital Art Award from Northwestern University for Big House / Disclosure, a 200-hour sound installation commemorating the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the British slave trade. Other awards include a Rockefeller Fellowship for New Media Art, New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Fiction, and the Naomi Long Madgett Poetry Prize for Mendi's book of poetry Armor and Flesh. This exhibition opened March 28th and closes June 30th.

                  + More details
                  • "Weir Was Here" Exhibit at the Mayor's Gallery, Stamford

                    03:04

                    from Xiomaro.com / Added

                    3 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Visit www.xiomaro.com for a free souvenir print and for more information about the photographic collection, "Weir Was Here - Secret Rooms, Doors and Windows," which artistically documents the vacant interiors of the historical structures at Connecticut's Weir Farm National Historic Site. Weir Farm is the home of J. Alden Weir, a founder of American Impressionism, and has been continuously occupied by artists including sculptor Mahonri Young. In this video, Lina Morielli, artist and curator of the Mayor's Gallery, shares her thoughts about the photographic collection on exhibit at Mayor Michael Pavia's office in Stamford, Connecticut. Lina encourages all to visit Weir Farm and to make a day of seeing the exhibit and enjoying everything the Stamford art scene has to offer.

                    + More details
                    • 2013-04-12 Hour 2 Mike Dugger

                      52:08

                      from Ernest Hancock / Added

                      8 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock radio show. Listen Live on LRN.FM, M-F, 9-Noon (EST). Mike Dugger (former AZ libertarian party chair and friend of the Hancock's) comes in studio to talk about the Uniform Securitization Scheme (the birth scam)

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?

                      Tags

                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."