1. Our Response to the Education Inequalities in Chicago

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    Willow Chicago believes that a child's education should not be determined by their race, gender, zip code or socioeconomic status. This video explains how we will partner and provide support to under-resourced schools in Chicago. If you would like to get involved, go to willowchicago.org

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    • Our Space Advocacy

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      A pre-released short clip from the full length film "Nourish Peterborough", a YWCA video advocacy project. http://nourishpeterborough.ca/ Our Space is a community centre in Peterborough Ontario that welcomes everyone. It is planned and run by people who live in poverty and/or are aware of poverty issues. The strength of the organization comes from its members, who share their talents, skills, life experiences, and time. It is a safe, caring place where people treat each other with dignity and respect. Our Space strives to either help lift people out of poverty or make life more manageable for those who are struggling to escape it.

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      • "Our Story" SWOP Mural

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        Generation Justice's Ghadah Jawad, interviews muralist Francisco LeFebre. Francisco LeFebre has been painting murals for over 40 years and was one of the teachers in the SWOP community mural project.

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        • Our Voices

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          "Our Voices" is about empowering New Zealand's young people to share their stories. This film aims to provide some insight into the range of issues facing our young people and to inspire people to speak up and have their voices heard. This film came out of the film workshop at JustSpeak's 2013 camp. It was made in mere hours by an amazing group of young people from all over the country. Some of the stories are real, and some are fictional though based on real experiences. We hope the film gives you some insight into the range of issues facing our young people and some inspiration to simply speak up and have your voice heard. Music: Danse Morialta and Eternal Hope Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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          • Out for Change: Perspectives from Across the Country

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            Securing equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people is the civil and human rights cause of our generation. On Nov. 28, the Ford Foundation's Out for Change event presents some unique perspectives from the LGBT community. Individuals, couples and families from across the United States share their stories of struggle, inclusion and hope.

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            • "Outlawed in Pakistan" Trailer

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              Pakistani teenager Kainat Soomro accuses four men from her village of gang-raping her. In this JustFilms-supported documentary short, she takes her case to the Pakistani courts and faces a deeply flawed criminal justice system.

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              • Out of the Dojo

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                The martial arts train people to defend themselves from mortal danger. So what happens when one master opens up the imagination of other masters to live non-violently, and to address social dangers instead of purely physical ones? Produced by Shiraz Janjua, Trent Gilliss, and Mitch Hanley

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                • OUTPUT

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                  Social networking, video and photo sharing web sites are enabling a new era of cultural production. These sites, in combination with cheaper technology and free software are also radically changing the social landscape for the global GLBTI community, creating channels to disseminate our personal stories. Increasing numbers of young people are talking about their sexuality on personal blogs or through sites such as myspace and YouTube. These platforms are giving different modes of sexuality a voice and increased visibility.

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                  • Outside of the Box

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                    Take a tour outside of the "Box of Academia" as students talk about their experience in a Social Justice driven course at Chabot College. (Thanks to the students in Carmen Johnston's Accelerated English 102 course for sharing their perspectives.)

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                    • Ovalize the Hierarchy

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                      Lani Guinier explains how we lose parts ourselves and abandon the powerless as we seek to gain power within the current power centric structure. She argues that we should seek to ovalize power. The audio comes from Women's International News Gathering Service (W.I.N.G.S.). Check em out. There's some great talks there http://www.wings.org/.

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