Flippin’ out with second-hand clothing & TEDEd

 

In our efforts to connect you to important content online, we rely heavily on third-party tools, programs, sites, and content – linking out to important articles, images and videos, for example. For this reason, you may encounter the occasional dead link (or even the dreaded ‘system error’), when the third party makes a change. Most recently this happened to an important Al – Jazeera video we featured in the Social Alterations Google Earth (SAGE) module, when the video became no longer available online.

We’re happy to report that the film, Mitumba: The second-hand road, by Raffaele Brunetti, is BACK online! This makes Nadira and I crazy happy because Maughan Pearce built and designed two learning activities around the film – sharing discussion questions, key resources & useful links.

To celebrate, we’ve flipped the video through TEDEd (careful, flipping videos can be addictive!!)

Here are the links:

 

The TEDEd ‘Flip’

 

 

In the SAGE module, the lessons are found at the #TOSS stage (just click on the school bus!)

 

And the direct links to the PDFs for free downloads:

 

 

 

 

Mary Hanlon

Mary is the founder, editor and lead contributor at Social Alterations. She is also a PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh, where she researches responsible fashion and transnational labour rights activism in the wake of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh.

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