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MoneyCounts:
Financial Literacy Series

The Money Counts: a Financial Literacy Series is a collaborative effort of the Penn State Commission for Adult Learners and the University Libraries. Many of the workshops have been recorded and are available on MediaSite Live, under Mediasite Catalog and MoneyCounts. Others workshop links include PowerPoints.

Additional resources for Financial Literacy for College Students are also available online.

 

The Jack Rabin Collection on Alabama Civil Rights and Southern Activists

When we think of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s-1960s, the images of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the other African American male ministers and activists of CORE, SNCC, and SCLC immediately come to mind. However, the movement was too diverse to be linked to one person or organization. Largely overlooked, besides Rosa Parks, are the legions of women—black and white, young and old—who risked their lives and livelihoods alongside their male compatriots in demanding their civil and voting rights in America. The Jack Rabin Collection on Alabama Civil Rights and Southern Activists includes primary sources on such activists as Virginia Durr.

Anne Braden -  Southern Conference Education Fund conference in Birmingham, Alabama, 1962
Anne Braden - Southern Conference Education Fund conference in Birmingham, Alabama, 1962
Mt. Nittany in Fall

MOUNT NITTANY PODCASTS RELEASED BY CONSERVANCY GROUP

Two free podcasts about Mount Nittany have just been released and are available for listening or download at MtNittany.org.

The podcasts were co-produced by Patty Satalia, senior producer/host at WPSU-TV and FM, and by Kathleen O’Toole, Penn State PhD in communications, and lecturer at the University. Says Satalia, who narrates the podcasts, “As much as I've always appreciated Mt. Nittany and enjoyed occasional hikes, I had no idea until we started this project just how significant, even sacred, the place is to so many people. That made it a really satisfying assignment.”  ...read more about the Mt. Nittany Podcasts