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NAME offers its profound thanks to Philip C. Chinn, former NAME Vice-President for his leadership in producing these videos.  The NAME Monarch DVD Series has been so popular that several titles are currently out-of-stock and will soon be re-released. Please check back for these titles.

> Affirming Diversity:  Creating Multicultural Communities

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Featuring: Sonia Nieto, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Our most popular DVD, entitled Affirming Diversity: Creating Multicultural Communities, features nationally known educator and NAME Scholar Sonia Nieto.

The video explains how educators can create learning environments that truly affirm diversity and promote social justice for all.  Dr. Nieto is not receiving any compensation for the sale of this video as she contributed her service to NAME.

> Building Culturally Responsive Relationships with Diverse Families of Children with Disabilities  {CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK}

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Featuring: Beth Harry, University of Miami, Flor

NAME presents it’s third DVD in the series, featuring Beth Harry, a Special Educator with a focus on  multicultural and family issues. She is a nationally known scholar who has focused much of her work on building positive relationships with parents of children from diverse backgrounds.

The video uses examples in special education but is applicable for use with individuals working with all parents from diverse backgrounds.

> Changing Demographics: Implications for Educators  {CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK}

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Featuring: Philip C. Chinn, California State University, Los Angeles

 

NAME presents the third and last DVD in the series on Changing Demographics, by Philip C. Chinn. Dr. Chinn is Professor Emeritus in the Division of Special Education.

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Testimonials about the Monarch DVD Series:

“It is one thing to use Sonia’s textbook in my diversity class, but when I accompany the text with the video, her voice and persona allow my students to become personally acquainted with Sonia. My students love the CD. I have also used Geneva Gay’s CD and like Sonia, my students become acquainted with the wonderful scholars they usually only read.”
Theresa Montaño,
Assistant Professor, CSUN Chicana/o Studies

“I have used the Sonia Nieto CD with several classes and in workshops and find it to be truly unique in its capacity to get at the core definition of multicultural education. Dr. Nieto, one of the pioneers and leaders in the field, is able, in a very short period of time, to help students think deeply and differently about the essence of multicultural education. Students always indicate that the detailed and systematic way in which Dr. Nieto describes the essential characteristics of multicultural education is truly helpful. I plan on using this outstanding CD in my classes for years to come.”
Penelope L. Lisi
Professor, Department of Educational Leadership
Director, Center for Multicultural Research and Education
Central Connecticut State University

“After viewing Beth’s (Beth Harry) presentation on the DVD, my class broke out in an applause. This is the first time I have ever had a class applaud a video!”
Andrea Zetlin, Professor
Division of Special Education and Counseling
California State University, Los Angeles.


NAME is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1990 to promote educational equity and social justice. Profits from the sale of the DVD will go to promote a better education for all and provide scholarship funds.