1. Here are some of the top-rated charities in International Relief and Development according to Charity Watch. All of these organizations have received an A+ Grade, the highest grade that an organization can receive.

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  2. This short animated film from Penal Reform International tells the story of the Nelson Mandela Rules. As the first update to the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners in over 60 years, the animation shows how the Nelson Mandela Rules will change conditions for prisoners and what they mean for future of prison management.

    Created by Nice and Serious

    Creative Director: Tom Tapper

    Producer: Segolene Meheust
    Design & Animation: Guillaume Le Roux
    Additional Animation: Luke Marsh
    Writer: Matthew Harmer
    Sound Design & Music: Serafima Serafimova / Audio Networks
    VO Artist: Russ Keffert

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  3. A 24-minute documentary follows a Lost Boy who, 12 years after leaving Sudan, has found that the dream of a better life is both all around and just outside his grasp.

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  4. Alex Landau, who is African American, recalls how he nearly lost his life following a traffic stop with the Denver police. He and his mother, Patsy, who is white, remember that night and how it changed them both forever.

    Directed by: Gina Kamentsky & Julie Zammarichi
    Executive Producers: Donna Galeno, Dave Isay & Lizzie Jacobs
    Produced by: Rachel Hartman & Roxana Petzold
    Audio Produced by: Jud Esty-Kendall
    Supervising Sound Recordist: Daniel Sitts
    Animation, Design & Production: Gina Kamentsky & Julie Zammarichi
    Animation Assistant: Temah Nelson
    Production Intern: Jeremy Gordon
    Original Music: Joshua Abrams
    Music Performed by: Joshua Abrams, Marquis Hill, Emmett Kelly & Adam Thronburg
    Music Mixed by: Joshua Abrams & Neil Strauch

    Funding Provided by
    Corporation for Public Broadcasting
    W.K. Kellogg Foundation

    In partnership with
    American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress

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  5. Nelson Mandela, who led the emancipation of South Africa from white minority rule and served as his country’s first black president, died at 95.

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