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The Alabama Wildlife Rehabilitation Center work with sick and injured birds until they are ready to be released back into the wild. Learn about wild birds of Alabama and the process of wildlife rehabilitation.
San Diego Zoo presents a series of short videos all about animals.
LIVE May 2019! An exciting opportunity for students to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the US landing on the moon and participate in the excitement and fascination of space and space travel. SIGN UP NOW! (Grades 5-8)
Students come face-to-face with the Vietnam War when they meet veterans and visit The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall. (Grades 7-12)
The Muscle Shoals Sound has influenced music all over the United States and around the world. By meeting with and talking with the writers, musicians and producers who are the bones of the music industry, we will find out how a sleepy little Alabama town became an artistic powerhouse.
“Alabama Legacy Moments” commemorates the Alabama Bicentennial with distinctive radio and television spots about the people, places and stories that have defined Alabama. View this video collection on the subject of the Arts.
The inaugural flight of APT's Subcarrier features the descendants of Birmingham's own Sun Ra in his Arkestra, fronted by Marshall Allen. Sun Ra was a legendary jazz composer and pioneer of afro-futurism active from the 1950's-90's. Marshall Allen is Sun Ra's hand-picked successor who has been leading the Arkestra for over 20 years.
R. F. Bumpus Middle School Computer Science Teacher Vinny Chiaramonte works with Alabama middle school kids to teach them computer programming and problem solving.
Amanda has a class full of little geniuses. As a Google Certified Educator, she has implemented “Genius Hour”, a creative program that helps inspire students by allowing them to explore their passions.
August 9th is Indigenous Peoples' Day. Created by the United Nations in 1994, the holiday honors indigenous people and cultures around the world. (Grades K-5)
Alabama Legacy Moments commemorates the Alabama Bicentennial with 200 distinctive short videos about the people, places and stories that have defined Alabama.
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Deploy with veterans on one of their hardest missions: transitioning back into the non-military workforce.
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