Films for Teaching Peace: A New Resource from PJSA

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The Peace and Justice Studies Association is pleased to announce a new resource available to both members and nonmembers.

Thanks to member suggestions and input, PJSA student staff have developed the beginnings of a list for teaching peace through film. The goal is to add as many films as possible, giving educators the resources they need for whatever it is they’d like to teach.

 The resource guide can be found at here.

Questions and comments can be directed to Glynis Lonnemann at [email protected] Suggestions can be submitted here.

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