Videos, Games

Crossing The Line

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On PBS. Telly Award winning Best Documentary, nationwide primetime on PBS. Produced by professors of ethnic studies, Teja Arboleda, MEd and Darby Li Po Price, PhD., this documentary investigates freedom of speech through the eyes of mixed-race comedians. 

Model Minority: Do The Math

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On PBS. Telly Award winning Best Documentary, nationwide on PBS and WORLD. Produced by professors of ethnic studies, Teja Arboleda, MEd and Darby Li Po Price, PhD., this documentary reveals the devastating impact of the model minority myth on Asian American college students. 

RaceOff

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Nationwide. Over 2 million people have seen and used the original Race-Cognition Game RaceOff™, race-themed morphing video - a powerful video classroom and business inclusion training tool, that helps unlearn the assumptions we all have about people based on how they look.

Chocolate Therapy

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Chocolate fixes almost everything. Promo for a new series on the daily life of husband and wife team Dave and Pam who attempt to build a chocolate empire. Can they keep it together like a bar of dark chocolate or is their relationship more like mousse?

Trade Secrets

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The guts of industry. A series that dives deep into the operations of thriving businesses, from bottom to top.

Tow-Arboleda Films

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Multiple award-winning producers/directors Teja Arboleda and Michael Tow have combined efforts to engage in socially conscious, high impact filmmaking.

Books

Jeni So Many

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It's about what we have in common that makes us strong! Written by Teja Arboleda, M.Ed.; Illustrated by Zoe Piel

Mixed Feelings

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An Illustrated Guide for Bi-Racial and Multiracial Kids and Their Families. A positive, empowering journey through the eyes of biracial and multiracial kids!  A must for parents and teachers!

In The Shadow of Race

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In this compelling chronicle of his journey through life as a mixed-race and mixed-culture American, Teja Arboleda uniquely and personally challenges institutionalized notions of race, culture, ethnicity, and class.