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Walk right in [videorecording] : the story of the Yale Summer High School / The Once and Future School presents in association with Higher Ames Productions a film by Larry Paros.

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Black Rock Branch - Bridgeport 371.1 WALK DVD (Text to phone) 34000075662486 Adult Instructional DVD Cataloging -
Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport 371.1 WALK DVD (Text to phone) 34000075186015 Adult Nonfiction DVD In process -

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Creation/Production Credits Note: Producer, Co-Director, Larry Paros ; Co-Director, Editor, Amy Enser ; Associate Producers, Marth Christensen, Eric Morgret ; Original music, Jeff Tolbert.
Summary, etc.: Interviews with former attendees of the 1968 Yale Summer High School. "Created as part of the war on poverty with a mandate to address issues of social and economic injustice, The Yale summer High School brought underprivileged kids from across the nation to the Yale Divinity School during the 1960s...Drawing on the 'Great Books' of Western literature, the school made these classics relevant to the times and lives of its students, bringing sensitive issues of race, tolerance and personal identity to the fore."--container.
Subject: Yale University. Divinity School. Summer High School.
People with social disabilities Education
Educational change United States
United States Race relations
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