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VIDEO - Hoover's Journey
See what educators say about the UnityWorks Training. (Video may take a few moments to load.)

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Lakota Hoop Dancer, Kevin Locke, performs at Eisenhower High School for over 2,000 students as part of their UnityWorks Program.

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WOMEN IN ACTION: This 18-min. video profiles Dr. Randie Gottlieb, Founding Executive Director of UnityWorks. The segment is part of a TV series highlighting women's contributions to society. The series was produced by Hamid Mozafari and Arash Rod for Persian Media Production, and was broadcast in Spring of 2016.


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UnityWorks Intro
GETTING STARTED: Listen to what kids, parents and educators have to say about diversity as our program begins in the Yakima School District, September 2014.
Davis High School administrator Lorenzo Alvarado, teacher Marah Walden, and student Kaitlin Wolterstorff give a lively dance demonstration
to explain the concept of unity in diversity.

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Kevin Locke
HOOVER'S JOURNEY: Watch this short moving video by Hoover Elementary School about their journey towards acceptance. Principal Luz Juarez-Stump reports that there had been an increase in racial name-calling and hostility in recent months, so their UnityWorks team decided to focus on skin color. Since completing those lessons, there have been no incidents of racial bias or name calling. “Not one!” she said. "We’re all in this together.”


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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS: Listen to UnityWorks site team members and partners as they describe their diversity action plans and why they feel this work is so important.
The UnityWorks School Program

Victor Nourani, Principal
Lewis & Clark Middle School
Valerie Kanu, Parent
& Community Member
Dr. Tricia Valdez-Zontek
National ELL Consultant
Ryan McDaniel, Principal 
Davis High School

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