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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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AED-India Health Program
The film focuses on the work of the Non-profit Academy for Educational Development in India.
LuminAID: Give Light, Get Light
1 in 6 people lack access to a safe and stable source of electricity and light. LuminAID light is a solar-rechargeable, inflatable lamp that packs flat and inflates to create a lightweight, waterproof lantern. Safe, sustainable, and portable, the LuminAID light provides up to six hours of LED light, ideal for disaster relief situations, recreational use outdoors, or in the home as an extra light source.
The Bangledesh Surf Club
Surfing the Nations is a non profit humanitarian organization. Their goal is to make a positive impact on the world through surfers and the sport of surfing.
Barefoot College is a non-governmental organization that has been providing basic services and solutions to problems in rural communities for more than 40 years, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable.
Life Out Of Balance, Peru
This a short piece about climate change and it's effects on rural indigenous farmers in Southern Peru.
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
Uganda Bike Day
Light Gives Heat alongside World Bicycle Relief hosted their first Bike Day - Introducing "riding a bike" for the very first time to many of the women in Suubi and EPOH. Bike's are built in Kenya by World Bicycle Relief and provide independence and livelihood, as well as an engine for economic and cultural empowerment.
"Sharing Hope", shows a charity dedicated to creating after school reading clubs for girls in Tanzania
Teenage girls discuss why being part of a support group and having economic independence helps them make informed, positive life decisions.
Right To Play-Trailer
He has won four Olympic gold medals, graced the cover of Time magazine and been honored as Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated, yet if you say the name Johann Olav Koss in this country, you'll usually be met with a casual shrug. Instead of cashing in on his Olympic haul, Koss embarked on a remarkable journey that has established him as one of the world's greatest ambassadors of sports. As the founder, President and CEO of Right To Play, Koss and his army of volunteers, teachers, coaches and diplomats have used the power of athletics to elevate the lives of the world's neediest children. As it turns out, Frank Marshall, one of Hollywood's most acclaimed producers and a member of the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, witnessed in person Koss's triumphs on the ice at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic Games. Now, as part of ESPN Films' 30for30 series, Marshall will reveal the epiphany that led Koss to work towards ensuring that every child has the Right To Play.
From the halls of Harvard, to public colleges in financial crisis, to Silicon Valley, filmmaker Andrew Rossi (PAGE ONE: INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES) assembles an urgent portrait of a great American institution at the breaking point.
Life Out Of Balance, Niger
A look into the impacts of deforestation in Niger