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Section 10 - External resources
  • All in the Family, a CBC Radio production about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE's)
    • "Cardio-vascular disease. Obesity. Alcoholism. Diabetes. These conditions may have one surprising factor in common: childhood trauma -- according to a massive study called "Adverse Childhood Experiences", or ACE. ... "
  • Genetic scars - a CBC News | Health presentation
    • "Your life is leaving genetic scars that might show up in your child's genes: Growing evidence that life experience can be passed genetically from one generation to the next"
  • Pamela Meyer · Lie detector - a TED Talks presentation
    • How to spot a liar: "Pamela Meyer thinks we’re facing a pandemic of deception, but she’s arming people with tools that can help take back the truth."
  • A Class Divided - a PBS Frontline presentation
    • "The day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed, a teacher in a small town in Iowa tried a daring classroom experiment. She decided to treat children with blue eyes as superior to children with brown eyes. FRONTLINE explores what those children learned about discrimination and how it still affects them today."
  • Restorative Justice blog (International Restorative Justice Week is November 19-26, 2017)
    • "What is Restorative Justice? Restorative justice (RJ) is a philosophy and an approach that views crime and conflict as harm done to people and relationships. It is a non-adversarial, non-retributive approach to justice that emphasizes healing in victims, accountability of offenders, and the involvement of citizens in creating healthier, safer communities. The goal is to reach meaningful, satisfying, and fair outcomes through inclusion, open communication, and truth."
  • Smarty Plants, a CBC TV production about the secret life of plants
    • "Is it possible that plants are smarter than we think? They are among the world's oldest and most successful organisms and represent some of the strangest and longest living life forms on the planet. Stunningly diverse, plants have served us in many critical ways, from providing food, shelter and clothing to life-saving medicine. And yet we know very little about them."
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