"Traditionally, U.S. schools have been assimilation models, asking people to sacrifice their ethnic identity to become part of the mainstream picture of U.S. culture ... Little Singer Community School incorporates Dine ́(Navajo) culture in the academic experience, and by taking the best of both worlds, preserves the indigenous culture while educating its students to excel in the modern world"--VHS container.
Guest Curator, Judith Baker, talks to artists whose work was exhibited at the Parkland Art Gallery from October 24 through November 14, 1990. Featured artists: Elisabeth Sinsabaugh, Art Sinsabaugh, Leah Moskoff, Colleen McNally, Beth Edwards, Larry Edwards, Chris Berti, Mary Vitelli Berti.
Of the more than 400,000 Americans living with Crohn's disease, as many as 20 percent were diagnosed as children or teens. Several case studies of young female patients provide a forum for medical experts from the Mayo Clinic and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to share their knowledge of risk factors, symptoms, screening methods, complications, and treatment options, including anti-inflammatory medications, steroid treatments, immunosuppression, injected proteins, and surgical interventions. Cycles of remission and relapse, genetic and pharmaceutical research, diet and nutrition, pregnancy, and support groups are also covered. (24 minutes).