Series: Citizenship and Law
This video explores why some people have more access to technology than others and why it even matters.
The U.S. Constitution has been amended 27 times in its history, but what did they change, and how?
This video explores what it means to appreciate cultures that are not our own through the lens of both cultural difference and cultural appropriation.
This video explores the question 'How big is the world?' by looking at global citizenship through the lens of family, community and the wider world.
This video explores the question 'Why should I care about the economy?' by looking at the reasons why recessions happen and how people are affected by them.
The top ranking officer of the US federal judiciary, the Chief Justice presides over the US Supreme Court. But how did the role come into being and what are their roles and responsibilities?
This video explores what it is like for children all over the world.
A Congressional Whip works with the party’s leadership in Congress to make sure everyone follows the agenda and votes together. They’re the muscle – the enforcer in a smart suit.
This video explores the reasons why some countries have constitutions.
Daily Planet explores the murky world of crime. Who is the CSI Insect Man? What is battlefield forensics? It's all in this edition of Daily Planet.
This video explores what it is like to be a part of more than one culture.
This video explores how and why culture changes over time.
Established in 1870, the Department of Justice not only provides legal advice to the US government, it also ensures the fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans.
This video explores how we can best use the earth's resources without harming the environment. Garbage, water, and food are the three areas that are looked at.
This video explores why some countries use energy and resources differently than others.