"Coalition Building Today" and "Resources for Educators." Session begins with a group discussion of personal experiences and emotions surrounding racism. Then, Dr, Jacqueline Fields from NECEA/The Network and Phredd Matthews-Wall from Facing History and Ourselves inform the assembled teachers about resources available to them. Jack Mendelsohn, President of The Civil Rights Project, Inc. talks about the hopes of ensuring the archive of material created and gathered by Blackside, Inc. would be accessible in the future. This recording is part of a multi-day institute held for educators in Boston focused on teaching American civil rights history in the classroom. According to the welcome packet, one of the goals of the institute was to facilitate "building a network, and a movement, of people, who, through Eyes on the Prize, can look forthrightly, without getting demoralized, at the distance between America's promise of equality and the reality of the way the U.S. does business."