As concussions plague football, are there lessons from earlier concerns about boxing?
This collection features over 50 videos and lessons that align to all five AP Gov units. Unit 1: Foundation of American Democracy The Retro Report resources here focus on debates in Federalism, including immigration and disaster response. Sanctuary Cities: An Uproar That Began Long Ago Immigration in the 1990s: Proposition 187 The Minneapolis Bridge Collapse […]
Political parties are no stranger to tensions and upheaval, and those battles often play out publicly in presidential nominating conventions. Whether its slavery, immigration, segregation or war, the dominant issues of the day become fractious political lines. Election of 1860: Slavery Splits the Democrats 1860 is remembered as landing one of America’s most revered and […]
From Lyndon Johnson’s “Daisy” to Hillary Clinton’s “It’s 3 A.M.,” Image Makers goes behind the scenes of some of our most historically influential political ads with the people who made them. Daisy: Political Ads That Shaped the Battle for the White House Perhaps the most famous political ad of all time, this early television spot […]
A worldwide effort to heal damage to the ozone layer is showing early progress.
Retro Report’s resources feature engaging short videos, lesson plans and student activities that are aligned to Advanced Placement courses in U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, Human Geography, Psychology and Environmental Science. This collection contains over 75 videos and lessons for use in the AP United States History course. The resources for Units 8 & 9 are […]
In this hour-long film, nominated for two Emmy Awards, journalists who covered Donald Trump during the 2016 race for the White House critique their role in the former president’s rise to power. Enemies of the People: Trailer Enemies of the People: (Media Mistakes Excerpt) In this excerpt top national political reporters admit mistakes in their […]
Generations Stolen For decades, families were ruptured as Indigenous children were forcibly removed from their homes and communities and adopted by white families or sent to faraway government-run boarding schools. Survivors recall the abuse and exploitation they endured in settings where their language and traditions were prohibited. They are demanding that the government be held accountable […]
Ruling in a case that challenged practices that colleges use to select a diverse student body, the Supreme Court reverses itself.