Disney's Elephant Journey is a one-hour nature special following the migration of a herd of elephants across southwestern Africa. The second of four wildlife features in Disney's New True Life Adventures
, the film traces the elephants' migration through rugged northwestern Namibia in search of water and food. Filmmaker Adrian Warren contributes his vast knowledge of the African continent and the elephant species, and tells the elephants' story by illustrating their relationships and personalities as well as their struggle to survive. Elephant Journey is syndicated by Buena Vista Television. Check local listings for date, time, and station, or visit www.disney.com/animals
CNN Newsroom is hosting ongoing coverage of the 2000 election campaigns in Democracy In America, which runs through November. Stories will focus on political processes, the candidates and their platforms, campaign financing, conventions and caucuses, polls, and voters. Comparisons are drawn between American politics and other government systems, and reports focus on issues that are important to young people.
To help students understand the political process and election issues, CNN Newsroom offers teachers free educator-designed curriculum materials. Materials include an overview of the election process, a campaign calendar, a glossary of terms and background information on the issues surrounding each political campaign. CNN Newsroom airs weekdays at 4:30 a.m. ET on CNN.
Based on the true story of the trial of 21 members of the Nazi high command for WWII crimes, the TNT Original production Nuremberg airs on July 16 and 17 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film depicts the behind-the-scenes battles, the relationships among Nazi accused, and the horrific evidence and drama of the actual trial. For students in history, social studies and film classes, an educational curriculum by TNT Learning accompanies the production, and is available free online from www.turnerlearning.com.
This article originally appeared in the 06/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.