Directed by Tiffany Shlain @tiffanyshlain
**All music rights secured for "Give a Little Bit," written by Richard Davies and Roger Hodgson.

ENGAGE, a crowdsourced short film by the filmmakers behind the feature film Connected (connectedthefilm.com), is about the importance of being an active member in society.

"The difference between what we are doing and what we are capable of doing would solve most of the world's problems." -- Mahatma Gandhi

We hope this film has inspired you to take action. Let it Ripple!

1. Please post, share, tweet, and forward this film to your networks, and see the ripple effects!
Tweet: Watch new 2 min film ENGAGE by @tiffanyshlain #LetitRipple bit.ly/QsSfuu
Facebook | Google+: click on word "share" at the top right of the video above and share to your networks.

2. Spread your message. Are you part of an organization working to inspire your community to action and make the world a better place? We will make a free film to help you.
Part of the Let it Ripple project is not only to provide free media for organizations around the world, but also to show how their work is interdependent. See the growing list of 100+ organizations that are already part of the Let it Ripple project, and how they're connected.
Find out more at letitripple.org

3. Share your thoughts. Not involved with an organization? We still want to hear your ideas.
After watching Engage, share with us the new ways you plan to engage in the world around you.
letitripple.org/engage/how-you-can-engage/

4. Translate. Engage has already been translated into Swahili, Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, Hindi, and Russian. Our last film, "A Declaration of Interdependence" has been translated into 65 languages. Help Engage spread around the world through translation. Find out how here: letitripple.org/engage/translations-for-engage/

For more information about our feature film, and many more exciting projects, join us at facebook.com/connectedthefilm

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