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The Land Owns Us
Bob Randall, an Yankunytjatjara Elder and a traditional owner of Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of the stolen generation of the Aboriginal people. In this piece, Bob shares the wisdom passed down to him from his ancestors about caring for the land.
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Imba Means Sing
"Imba Means Sing" is an independent documentary feature film through the eyes of the African Children's Choir.
The Challenge For Africa
The troubles of Africa today are severe and wide-ranging. Yet media coverage is either completely absent or lacking complexity, offering only oversimplified portraits of poverty, dependence, and desperation. The continent is more dynamic and its problems more intricate than that, blocked by bottlenecks at the international, national and individual levels. Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai-founder of the Green Belt Movement, author of The Challenge for Africa and longtime environmental and democracy advocate-visits Zócalo to offer her unique vision of Africa, and of why Africans need a moral revolution if they are to save their continent. Talk to her about her perspective and what Americans need to know in order to help.
Starring Wangari Maathai
Camera Operator/Director Yusaku Mizoguchi
What Is Environmental Crime?
Campaign film to highlight the extent of environmental crime and how EIA tackles these issues.
Connected Movie Trailer
Connected illuminates the beauty and tragedy of human endeavor while boldly championing the importance of personal connectedness for understanding and coping with today's global conditions.
Gyre: Creating Art From A Plastic Ocean
n this full-length web exclusive, National Geographic journeys along the remote Alaskan coast ... in search of garbage.
Cambodia-based NGO, PEPY, provides access to quality education funded through responsible adventure and volunteer-tourism.
Room To Breathe
Room To Breathe
Charity Water, IGoogle Water Wells
IGoogle charity event brings clean water well to Africa via Charity Water.
Why Would They Build Dams In The Amazon Rainforest?
Willie O'Laughlin looks at the affect Belo Monte and the building of dams in the Amazon Rainforest has on all the indigenous people of Brazil. In this video he sends us all a call to action.
An overview of business training for women who have a small business or want to start one.
Mi Sun: A Life In Sex Trafficking
North Koreans do not willingly become separated, enslaved, imprisoned, hungry, exploited, trafficked, abandoned, silenced. Hidden. Everyone should be given a chance to live a life free of these.
And you can provide a way out.
By committing $1 for each of these lives, you are helping us provide better options and a chance to tell each of their stories to the world.
Join the campaign today and see $9 a month change lives.
How is LiNK doing this? Through our:
* Movement program, which speaks out and advocates for those who are imprisoned in camps, enslaved in forced labor in various countries, exploited through child labor, or silenced without basic freedoms.
* Underground program, which feeds and protects refugees who must stay hidden from authorities or traffickers, and provides a home for abandoned children.
* Transition program, which resettles, rehabilitates and reunites refugees in safe, third nations that will provide them with asylum.
Waiting For Superman
Geoffrey Canada describes his journey as an educator and his surprise when he realizes upon entering adulthood that Superman is a fictional character and that no one is powerful enough to save us all.
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