Elementary to University classrooms continually use these tools to encourage critical thinking, leadership and civic action – filmmaker invited guest lectures offer an interactive dialog to films, clips & assigned readings

Medical College of WI – Health Policy course for PhD students

Alverno College, Research Center for Women and Girls – Grand Opening

Carroll University Health Policy Introductory Course

Mount Mary University – Foley-Pohlman Diversity Lecture

Cardinal Stritch University, School of Urban Education – all 3 films are viewed and thoroughly analyzed to provide a full module in Urban Teacher Certification Program

Marquette University, Physician’s Assistant Program – ongoing screenings and curriculum based on Changing the Conversation: America’s Gun Violence Epidemic

Cardinal Stritch University, Doctoral Leadership Department – half day seminar for nearly 100 education, business, health and nonprofit sector PhD candidates

National Women’s Studies Association Conference (NWSA) Invited Workshop

Medical College of WI – Violence Prevention Initiative Community Wide Conference

Women and War Series Lecture – Gettysburg College (PA) – Promise of America

International Conference on Globalization – University College Dublin (UCD) – Promise of America

Foley-Pohlman Diversity Lecture – Mount Mary College – Changing the Conversation

Guest Lecture Global Careers – University of WI-Milwaukee – Series’ Clips

National Women Studies Association (NWSA) – National Conference Dear Rita 2004; Changing the Conversation 2011

Health Policy for Undergraduates – Carroll University – Changing the Conversation

Teens Who Care – Milwaukee Public Schools

Restorative Justice/ WI Dept. of Corrections – Interactive curriculum in prisons throughout the state.

See Examples of Leadership Activities that tend to Emerge after Students of All Ages Engage with the films: