You Work Tomorrow: An Anthology of American Labor Poetry, 1929-41, John March, editor, is the first anthology of American labor poetry of the Great Depression ever published. $17.99 from Amazon.com.
The Center for Media and Democracy is publishing a "participatory project" on U.S. propaganda films of the 50s at www.prwatch.org. A recent link is to a film on the nature of the capitalist system.
Kent Mick, a high school history teacher in Iowa, wrote THORN, an antiwar play centered in an American high school, which was published in London in 2004 and had a successful run in Ontario, Canada, in 2007. The play has been positively reviewed by Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, and William Ayers, who also wrote the foreward to the play. THORN may be read in its entirety at www.lazybeescripts.co.uk, with more information available from its director Michael Maloney at http://www.dunnvillecommunitytheatre.com.
Thought and Memory, Inc. is creating, testing, and providing free lesson plans to teachers that are interested in teaching students how to publish socially responsible product reviews online. Students will get peer feedback and see the results of their product reviews. For more information, contact http://www.ThoughtAndMemory. org.
Speak Out published a racial justice curriculum "Lessons from The Color of Fear," a 4-volume curriculum to accompany the groundbreaking documentary. The curriculum costs $249 for institutions, $125 for individuals and community groups, and can be purchased by contacting Speak Out at 510-601-0182 or e-mailing info@ speakoutnow. …