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Emma Willard | She Inspires

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Learn about Emma Willard, founder of the first higher education school for women in the US.

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Rogue Film School at WMHT: A Discussion with Casting Director Heidi Levitt

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Join the Upstate Alliance for the Creative Economy (ACE), WMHT Educational Telecommunications, and Youth FX for "Rogue Film School."

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Video | The Soldier's Experience in Vietnam: Using Oral Histories to Draft a Historical Narrative

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What does it mean to be a soldier? Help students get to the heart of this question using “The Soldier's Experience in Vietnam,” lesson plan from Illinois Public Media.

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Stories and Art in the Park 2017

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Join WMHT, Albany Barn, the Albany Public Library, and the City of Albany for Stories and Art in the Park this summer!

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Video | Character Study: Scout Finch

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“To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee is one of the most popular books taught in U.S. schools today and remains a classic icon among the stores of contemporary American literature.

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Five questions with AHA! featured artist Danny Goodwin

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Meet Danny Goodwin. Originally from Dallas, Texas, this self-proclaimed coffee addict has lived in Slingerlands, New York since 1999. He studied Photography and English at the University of North Texas and received his MFA from Hunter College. He is the Head of Studio Art in the Department of Art and Art History at the University at Albany.

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Video | All About the Holidays: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

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May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month!

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Collection | Beat Making Lab

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From an all-female hip hop group in Senegal to the creators of a national anthem mashup, learn how the Beat Making Lab and their crew use electronic music to communicate ideas about culture, health, and artistic expression.

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Eleanor Roosevelt | She Inspires

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Learn why Eleanor Roosevelt was dubbed 'first lady of the world.'

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Five questions with AHA! featured artist Nathan Meltz

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Nathan Meltz is a Troy-based artist who is a lecturer in the Department of the Arts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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