Here you will find extended or extra scenes from our film, Class Actions. Web Video Extras: One Mississippi: Creating Dialogue On Campus From Dialogue to Action: Bloomington Unity in the Community Responds to KKK Flyers Lauri Massari: How We Started Not In Our School Dr. Donald Cole: An Ole Miss Legacy One Mississippi: Creating Dialogue On Campus Leaders of One Mississippi, a student group devoted to bridging racial and social barriers at the University of Mississippi, bring students together for a dialogue meeting about their hopes and fears for the organization. From Dialogue to Action: Bloomington Unity in the Community Responds to KKK Flyers After Ku Klux Klan flyers blanket an Indiana University campus neighborhood, Rabbi Sue Silberberg leads Bloomington United as they plan a community response.
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Public media stations across the U.S. that are doing local Not In Our Town and Not In Our School activities around the national PBS broadcast of Not In Our Town: Class Actions. Fronteras: The Changing America Desk Tucson, Phoenix, and Flagstaff, Ariz.; Las Vegas, Nev.; San Diego, Calif.; Las Cruces, N.M.; and San Antonio, Texas Website: http://www.fronterasdesk.org/ Idaho Public Television Website: http://idahoptv.org/
Right before the Thanksgiving holiday, we shipped off our next film, Not In Our Town: Class Actions to PBS. Not in Our Town: Class Actions features three stories of students and their communities standing together to stop hate and bullying. Premieres on PBS stations in 2012. Fifty years after James Meredith became the first black student at the segregated University of Mississippi, football fans resurface the chant, “The South will rise again.” Student leaders confront the divisive practice, sparking a campus visit from the Ku Klux Klan and a peaceful counter demonstration led by the student organization One Mississippi. Photo Credit: William Bender The college town of Bloomington, Ind., shocked after a Korean student was murdered by a white supremacist a decade ago, bands together again after anti-Semitic attacks on the eve of Hanukkah. Photo Credit: Bloomington Herald Times