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By joining Rosalina in this serene forest, we immerse ourselves in her experience in a way that enables us to witness the pain in her face, while sensing just a...

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Politics aside, I think we can all agree that toddlers should not be pulling triggers. Sadly, in the U.S., they do so quite often. ...

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Directed by filmmaker Dana Romanoff and edited by Blue Chalk Media, "Noah" tells the story of Noah Patton, a young man from Flint, Michigan who was going down a one-way...

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Academy Award® Nominee for Best Documentary Short, “Watani: My Homeland” tells the epic story of one family’s escape from war-torn Syria and their attempt to make a new life...

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"How can we stand in the face of violence? Because I was born to this land, because the roots grow out of my feet, because I love this land and...

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With Fidel's passing in November, 2016 we travelled to Cuba to explore the expectations and reflections of Cubans on a new era of Cuban politics and Cuban-American relations. ...

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Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti on October 4th, leaving entire communities destroyed by the heavy rainfall, wind, and flooding and creating the potential for Cholera outbreaks in its wake. Already, nearly...

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, Haiti is suspended in an uneasy stand still. Watch part two of After the Storm and learn more about what you can do to...

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