State of the Channel 2020

Hi guys, thanks for tuning into Forgotten Weapons. I’m Ian McCollum and I will be your host here on the channel. This video is going to be an overview of what you can expect, the State of the Channel for 2020, and it will also serve as the basic channel Continue Reading

The Film Geeks’ Cult of Cinema Indiegogo Campaign

This is the Digital Gym Cinema. It is a 46-seat microcinema—San Diego’s truly independent theater. This is the theater in the Museum of Photographic Arts. It is a glorious 226-seat multiformat cinema. I’m Beth Accomando, host of the Cinema Junkie Podcast. And I’m Miguel Rodriguez, director of Horrible Imaginings Film Continue Reading

How to Make Thermally Lined Curtains – Part 1 of 5 – National Trust

It can be really difficult to keep your home warm in winter It can also be really expensive as well. One way to keep the drafts out is by making thermally lined curtains. There are many different ways to make curtains but the thermally lined curtains I’m going to show Continue Reading

Beauty and Belief

NARRATOR: This sculpture, “Winter,” is by Jean Antoine Houdon. In French it’s called “La Frileuse,” or “The Shivering Woman.” JIM DRAPER: He studied her long enough in this stance to get it just right. She’s wrapped herself up, but she hasn’t done a totally good job of it, because she’s Continue Reading

#APeoplesJourney: African American Women and the Struggle for Equality

today we hear the call for full equality for women and distinctly for women of color from a multiplicity of perspectives intersectionality is a term we often hear but what does it mean kimberlé crenshaw who coined the term in 1989 explains it with a metaphor consider an intersection made Continue Reading

It’s a church. It’s a mosque. It’s Hagia Sophia. – Kelly Wall

They say that if walls could talk, each building would have a story to tell, but few would tell so many fascinating stories in so many different voices as the Hagia Sophia, or holy wisdom. Perched at the crossroads of continents and cultures, it has seen massive changes from the Continue Reading

‘You have a great democracy – keep it going’: Finland’s Niinistö to Trump

Ladies and gentlemen, before meeting I had some spare time so I visited a couple of museums here, the museum of American History, the museum of American-African History, and the museum of American-Indian History. And in addition to that, I had the possibility of attending a ceremony in Arlington. Mr. Continue Reading

MOOC | The Market Revolution and Democracy | The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1861 | 1.1.1

We start more or less in 1850. A couple of things to bear in mind, the categories to bear in mind, which we will talk about more in the next few weeks as we get into American history at this moment. Things that have happened in the 30-40 years before Continue Reading

MOOC | The Nationalist Historians | The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1861 | 1.3.2

>>Now, so what I want to do basically with that is to talk about how the schools of interpretation of the Civil War have evolved. And bear this in mind as we do our readings because the readings reflect more than one point of view about this as we go Continue Reading

Overly Excited Tourist Finds Religion In Salt Lake City

– Whoa, double black diamond, I’m in Salt Lick Shitty, Utah. Home of the… Olympics one time. Let’s go see if we can smooch a Marmon and have a good time. Uh oh, come help, I’m underwater. Not literally of course. Here it is, Temple Square. Let’s go see what Continue Reading