Eyes on the Prize in the Classroom
Documentary filmmakers Marco Williams and Maia Harris are producing a film about the making and legacy of Eyes on the Prize. An important part of the story is how the 14-hour series is used in classrooms today. In addition to your teaching stories, they are looking for teachers who use Eyes on the Prize in the classroom and would be willing to talk to the filmmakers. 

If you have used the documentary in your classroom, please respond to the questions below. 
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First Name *
Last Name *
Email Address *
City *
State *
When have and/or will you use Eyes on the Prize? *
Check all that apply.
Role *
Subject *
Check as many as apply.
Why do you choose to use the film? *
What do you like about the documentary, where does it fit in your curriculum, how your students respond, etc.
Platform or Format
Which platform/format do you use most often currently to show Eyes on the Prize? If you choose "Other," please indicate what it is.
Which episodes do you use?
Eyes on the Prize has two parts,  America's Civil Rights Years (1954–1965) and America at the Racial Crossroads (1965–1985). Do you use the episodes from '54-'65, from '65-'85, or both? 
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Filmmaker Contact
The filmmakers will follow up with selected respondents. If you are selected, would you consider one or more of the following? (We recognize that school visits would require your administration's approval first.)
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