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Two women and one man hold lichens of different colors – yellow, white, brown, and green – in  their outstretched hands.
Smithsonian Science How co-hosts Emmanuel Kyei-Baffour and Maggy Benson show off lichen samples with Lichenologist Manuela Dal Forno. Photo by Jennifer Renteria, Smithsonian.
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Bring a Smithsonian Scientist into your classroom with Smithsonian Science How! These free, interactive, live video webcasts take questions from your students while introducing them to science concepts and practices through the lens of Smithsonian research and experts. The shows are optimized for students in Grades 3-5. Each show is aligned with NGSS standards and comes with complementary teaching resources. Check out the 2020 schedule and/or browse our webcast archives.

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In historical movements, music and spoken word have inspired cultural shifts and brought people together. The climate movement is no different. In Band Together, our new podcast launching January 2020, you’ll hear music and stories from changemakers across the country, getting to the heart of why art is an important catalyst for change.

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My Country No More
My Country no more
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The oil boom in North Dakota sets off a crisis in a rural community, forced to confront the meaning of progress as they fight for a disappearing way of life.

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Oyster
Oyster
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OYSTER observes the daily life of a family running an oyster farm in a lake on the SE coast of Australia, as they deal with climate change, pollution, and the fickleness of consumers.

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