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View Resource Molly of Denali Podcast

Molly of Denali is a new podcast perfect for children looking for an adventure. The show features Molly Mabray, a native Alaskan girl, "who lives with her family in [the fictional] Qyah, Alaska, where she helps her mom and dad run the Denali Trading Post, a general store, bunkhouse, and transport hub." All characters in Molly feature stories rooted in Native storytelling and are primarily voiced...

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https://mollyofdenalipodcast.org
View Resource The Art Assignment

Produced by PBS Digital Studios and hosted by Sarah Urist Green, the Art Assignment YouTube channel explores "art and art history through the lens of things happening today." Most videos are around 10-15 minutes long and would be a useful resource for various discussion settings and even in the classroom. Recent episodes explore timely topics such as art about migration and the debate regarding...

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https://www.youtube.com/user/theartassignment
View Resource Canada's Changing Climate Report

In April 2019, the government of Canada released its first major report in an ongoing national assessment that was led by Natural Resources Canada. The report focuses on the impacts of climate change in Canada and how the country is adapting to them. Here, visitors will find the interactive digital version of this assessment's first report, which explains what changes to Canada's climate have...

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https://changingclimate.ca/CCCR2019/
View Resource Afropop Worldwide

For more than thirty years, the Peabody award-winning radio show and digital magazine Afropop Worldwide has educated and entertained audiences with content "dedicated to music from Africa and the African diaspora." Its internationally syndicated, weekly radio show (available on well over 100 stations worldwide) is hosted by Georges Collinet, a seasoned broadcaster with more than 50 years of...

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https://afropop.org/
View Resource Frontiers for Young Minds

STEM teachers and students (as well as anyone who enjoys learning about science but dislikes reading traditional journal articles) may be interested in Frontiers for Young Minds. This innovative resource publishes open-access articles written by scientific experts and reviewed by a panel of kids between the ages of 8 and 15 who provide feedback for the author with the help of a science mentor. The...

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https://kids.frontiersin.org/