1. Story of a Survivor 8:37


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    South Jersey once had hundreds of old theaters. Now most of them have fallen to wrecking crews or are being used for retail space. This is the story of the Ritz theater in Oaklyn, NJ. This theater is a survivor as the original building is still standing and it is doing film showings and live theater.

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    • BYMI 2010, "Overcoming The Odds: The Story Of A WWII Survivor" by Colin Miller & Matt Rusinski


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      Colin Miller and Matt Rusinski sit down with Nina Wesolowski and detail her experiences in Europe during the Nazi occupation and her immigration into the United States. The Buffalo Youth Media Institute (BYMI) is a community history and youth media program targeting the diverse population of young people living in Buffalo and surrounding areas. Combining media production, media literacy, and cultural studies, our youth producers work with professional filmmakers and members of the community to create their own self-directed documentaries about Buffalo. Each season the Buffalo Youth Media Institute chooses a theme that allows students to explore local history, culture and social issues. Funding for the Buffalo Youth Media Institute is provided by: Children’s Foundation of Erie County, the Cameron Baird Foundation, the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation, City of Buffalo and Erie County Cultural Funds.

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      • Introducing Mad People's History


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        Watch this introduction for Mad People's History (CDST 504), an online course offered at Ryerson University. David Reville, an instructor with the School of Disability Studies, explains how the history of madness differs from the history of psychiatry, and highlights the importance of including the diverse perspectives of people diagnosed as mad, insane, or mentally ill. In this course, the stories of mad people are considered to address a question that is rarely raised in academic circles: in their own words, what is the history that mad people have lived over the centuries and what are the implications of that collective experience for contemporary times? © 2010 Ryerson University. All rights reserved.

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        • Self Labelling and Identity


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          We call mad people lots of names. Most of them are not meant to be complimentary. But what do mad people call themselves? Do they accept labels that others stick on them? Do they apply their own labels? Why might one person choose a different label than another? This is a short documentary in which twelve Toronto activists discuss how they identify themselves. Documentaries are one of Ryerson University's online learning tools, used by instructors to spark discussion in the online student forums. This documentary is a part of unique and engaging online course called "Mad People's History," developed by Digital Education Strategies at The Chang School and David Reville, an instructor with the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson University. Produced by Digital Education Strategies at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University. For More Info: Disability Studies continuing education courses: ryerson.ca/​ce/​disabilitystudies The Chang School: ryerson.ca/​ce Digital Education Strategies: de.ryerson.ca © 2011 Ryerson University. All rights reserved.

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          • Survivor 2010 Spokane - Episode 1


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            Revolution Church of Valley Assembly of God presents Survivor 2010 Spokane. This is the first of eight episodes... Enjoy!

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            • WWII Story - German Woman's Perspective


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              My grandmother was in Germany during WWII, and as a young child she was separated from her family, forced to steal food to survive, lived with strangers, walked hundreds of miles in the snow on a wagon train, and hid in ditches from bombs and attacking soldiers. She has an amazing story which she recently shared with my mother's middle school class. My mother filmed her speaking about her experiences. She is an amazing woman who went through something that no young child should ever have to go through.

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              • Camp Legendary & Camp Outlast Summer 2010 Kauai, Hawaii


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                Camp Legendary & Camp Outlast 2010 Summer Camp Kauai Hawaii. Camp Lengendary Camp was for High School Students. Camp Outlast was for Middle School Students. Both Camps were held on the Beautiful North Shore of Kauai at the YMCA camp Naue.

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                • Soul Survivor


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                  This was filmed back in 2002 with the youth group I was a part of. Great memories at North Asheville Baptist Church!

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                  • Be Brave, They're Your Breasts -- LAUNCH PARTY


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                    Visit www.sharecancersupport.org for free copies of SHARE's Spanish-language comic book, Se Valiente ... Son Tus Senos.

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                    • Survivor BG 2010


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