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Films For Action: Watch And Share Films Made To Inspire Action For A Better World

Films For Action: Watch And Share Films Made To Inspire Action For A Better World
12 min · 233 views · Abby Martin features an exclusive interview with hip hop artist Talib Kweli, discussing the role of government, Obama's presidency, the prison industrial complex, and... 5 min · 1561 views · Abby Martin gives a heartfelt tribute to investigative journalist and former LAPD detective, Michael C. Ruppert, highlighting his career from exposing CIA drug trafficking to... 4 min · 204 views · Abby Martin reports on the issue of undetonated munitions, highlighting the rising death count of children in Afghanistan exposed to unexploded land mines, as well as the over... 13 min · 232 views · Breaking the Set features an exclusive interview and musical performance by politically conscious Iraqi-Canadian Hip Hop artist, Yassim 'The Narcicyst' Alsalman, who performs... 45 min · 288 views · What does it feel like to be a woman on the street in a cultural environment that does nothing to discourage men from heckling, following, touching or disparaging women in...

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Michelle Ashford Filmography as a writer[edit] Filmography as a producer[edit] References[edit] Sugata Mitra: Vybudujme Školu v oblacích What is going to be the future of learning? I do have a plan,but in order for me to tell you what that plan is,I need to tell you a little story,which kind of sets the stage. I tried to look atwhere did the kind of learning we do in schools,where did it come from?And you can look far back into the past,but if you look at present-day schooling the way it is,it's quite easy to figure out where it came from.It came from about 300 years ago,and it came from the lastand the biggest of the empires on this planet. ["Schools as we know them are obsolete"]

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The 25 Best Films Directed By Female Filmmakers Studies show that half of all film school graduates are women, yet only 5% of them are working Hollywood directors. This is not only a problem in Hollywood, but everywhere in the world. There’s prejudice and difficulties akin to them, common stories of declined financing help and even production interruptions due to certain chosen themes and subjects in their work. There are exceptions to the rule that are forgotten, and others that are now breaking through.

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