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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.
The Carbon Rush
THE CARBON RUSH takes us around the world to meet the people most impacted. They are the least heard in the cacophony surrounding in this emerging “green-gold” multi-billion dollar carbon industry.
Life Out Of Balance, Niger
A look into the impacts of deforestation in Niger
XSProject strives to support the trash picking community by purchasing trash at higher than average prices. We also reinvest in the community through scholarship and education programs. This includes purchasing books, stationery, uniforms and paying school fees to give the children of the trash picking communities a chance to be educated. XS hopes that this education will mean that these children will not have to sell trash, but will instead have a better life, different to that of their parents and grandparents.
The Organic Life (Trailer)
The Organic Life
Isle De Jean Charles
The film explores the changes taking place on the island through the lives of two residents.
Answers - The Future Of Education: Transdisciplinary Learning
Alan Shusterman discusses transdisciplinary learning and the future of education.
Global Citizen Networks
What started as a small nonprofit in a bedroom of co-founder Carol North's house has blossomed into an organization that, as Daniel Abebe, another GCN co-founder states, "is a life-changing journey." This blossoming organization is Global Citizens Network and it will celebrate 20 years of changing lives.
Faced with the environmental devastation of his homeland, an Ethiopian man takes positive action while searching for hope.
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.
AMEL (NGO, South Lebanon)
Amel was founded in 1979 while Lebanon was burdened by the civil war.
As We Forgive
Could you forgive a person who murdered your family? This is the question faced by the subjects of As We Forgive, a documentary about Rosaria and Chantal-two Rwandan women coming face-to-face with the men who slaughtered their families during the 1994 genocide
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