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Tune in April 10 and show your support for GPB as we present “The Power of One,” an entire
day of heartwarming, meaningful, uplifting, and powerful programming that gives
you a chance to make a difference by donating a minimum of $1 to help us reach
our programming fundraising goals.
The campaign is an opportunity for GPB to speak and the
community to support - One Day, One
Dollar, and One Voice!
Masterpiece Theater 40th
Anniversary Sweepstakes - You can now win a chance to see
some of the locations featured on Masterpiece Theater. Enter now.
From May until November 1961,
more than 400 black and white Americans risked their lives — and many endured
savage beatings and imprisonment — for simply traveling together on buses and
trains as they journeyed through the Deep South. Pictured: Freedom Riders hang
posters from a bus.
Freedom Riders, airing Monday, May 16 on GPB, is the first feature-length film
about this courageous band of civil-rights activists who stand as a testament
to what can result from the incredible combination of personal conviction and
the courage to organize against all odds.
GPB is proud to partner with the
Georgia Humanities Council for advanced screenings of the documentary around
the state and to welcome college students who are taking part in a reenactment
ride from May 6 - 16 that traces the original Freedom Riders’ route through Georgia.
Explore the wealth of educational support resources designed around the show.
High School and College Teachers and Students
may attend these free screenings:
Savannah on March 31, 2011 at the Ralph Mark
at 6:30 p.m.
Kennesaw on April 22, 2011
from 1-5 p.m.at Kennesaw State
University, Burrus Building,
Conference Room 151 from 1-5 p.m.
Atlanta on May 11, 2011 from
10am-3pm at Morehouse. This event is by invitation only. Contact
email@example.com to receive an invitation.
Educational in Nature is a resource-rich website for Educators provided by Georgia-Pacific. It meets Georgia Performance Standards in Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, Visual Arts, Math, Vocabulary, Reading, Listening, Viewing and Speaking for 4th and 5th grade students. This resource will make environmental education part of your curriculum with fun lesson plans. For example, you'll find activities that directly reinforce GPS science standards around simple machines and energy. Visit GPB.org/education to learn more.
Save on Zoo Field
Spring is the perfect time to bring
your students to the Zoo! Try the NEW Field Trip Program that includes
an instructor-led presentation with animal encounters and engaging
activities aligned with State Standards. Save $2 per participant* by using
coupon code FTPS11 when
a Field Trip Program online by April
30, 2011. Register and learn more at zooatlanta.org
Discount available for new online reservations through April 30, 2011 for the
2010-2011 school year. Offer does not apply to add-ons or previously registered
programs; limited to one discount per Field Trip Program registration.
Aetna Foundation is
“Weighing In with Georgia Public Broadcasting” and organizations throughout
Georgia to ensure health and
wellness for all Georgians! Together, we are building a
“virtual community” to address obesity.
Visit GPB for resources from
Partner Organizations as well as news about health, wellness, fitness and
nutrition aggregated into a comprehensive resource base and shared
And be sure to check Booth Western Art Museum's events page for special opportunities for Home Schoolers!
Qualified rising juniors
and seniors can earn college credit this summer by applying for DeVry
University's Passport2College Program at no tuition cost and no
textbook cost! Click here to view the brochure