The classic 1985 Frontline episode entitled A Class Divided is available online from PBS. It covers the daring 1968 classroom experiment a teacher conducted to teach what discrimination is like to third-graders in an all-white community.
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The 10 Greatest Floating Heads of All Time. Like I've always said, you can never have too many great floating heads.
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Can brain damage help you quit smoking? It did for some folks when the damage included a certain small area -the addiction center.
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You can be a part of the GMT Project! Volunteers will take photographs around the world at the exact same time on Wednesday to record one moment everywhere.
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People who still use analog TVs without cable can get instructions for digital conversion over the internet. Like that's gonna happen.
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How a Mega-Shredder Reduces a Sedan to Scrap. It's not only satisfyingly destructive, it's also some major recycling.
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They found the Zombie Kid who likes turtles and asked him why he said that, and how he's dealing with internet stardom. It looks like he'll get some turtles of his own!
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Savion Glover can tap dance his way into your heart -even if you think you can't stand tap dancing.