1. Deja vu


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    Deja vu! Returning to the Marshall Islands and once again it doesn't dissapoint!

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    • Encroaching Seas


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      This video is about Encroaching Seas

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      • Teaser - Bravo, la bombe


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        http://www.cinemas-utopia.org/toulouse/index.php?id=2642&mode=film 1er mars 1954. Castle Bravo explose au beau milieu du Pacifique. C’est la bombe nucléaire la plus puissante jamais testée par les Etats-Unis, l’équivalent de 1000 Hiroshima. A 200 kilomètres de là, les habitants de l’atoll de Rongelap regardent la poussière blanche tomber sur eux. Ce sont des retombées hautement radioactives. Ils n’ont pas été prévenus. Les 236 habitants seront évacués trois jours plus tard. Soixante ans se sont écoulés depuis ce jour-là. Aujourd’hui, seuls 38 travailleurs reconstruisent des maisons sur l’atoll pour y habiter de nouveau. On leur a dit que l'île était décontaminée. Mais la plupart des descendants ne veulent pas revenir. Ils vivent à des centaines de kilomètres de là, répartis sur les différents atolls des Iles Marshall.

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        • Sailing Aboard "Genesis Earthling"


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          This is a short documentary about a 2000 nautical mile 20 day sailing trip across the Pacific Ocean from Hilo, HI to the Marshall Islands aboard the 38ft. Pearson Invicta "Genesis Earthling". Captain- Jacob Ells Mate- Reese Bullen Mate- Colin Sternagel Videography/Editing Colin Sternagel of SunTime FIlms Additional Footage: Jacob Ells Music (in order) "The Sailors Grave on the Prairie" Leo Kottke 6 and 12 string Guitar "By the Wind Sailor" The Maldives 2006 "Moon Sailing on the Water" Mason Jennings 2006 "Be Free" Ziggy Marley 2006 "Aloha Ke Akua" Medicine for the People" 2013

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          • Living Islands New Years Greeting


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            A New Years Greeting from the staff at Living Islands.

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            • Nuclear Remembrance Day video


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              This video, produced by MEI, is intended for fundraising purposes for Nuclear Remembrance Day 2014: Reflect. Honor. Educate. to be held on the 60th anniversary of the Castle Bravo detonation in the Marshall Islands. The U.S. conducted 67 nuclear tests in the Marshall Islands. The Bravo detonation, which was equal in force to 1,000 Hiroshima bombs, sent irradiated coral dust throughout the inhabited Atolls. To learn more about Nuclear Remembrance Day or to make a donation, visit our website at http://www.meius.org. The video is posted to http://StartSomeGood.com.

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              • Prayercast | Marshall Islands


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                Roughly half way between Hawaii and Australia lies a chain of 1,156 Pacific islands dispersed across nearly two million square miles. With astonishing coral atolls and vibrantly blue water, the Marshall Islands are a breathtaking part of God's creation. Yet, their history bitterly contradicts the appearance of paradise, as war and occupation have often plagued the islands. Following World War II, the United States was drawn to these isolated islands as a testing ground for nuclear bombs. To this day, the Marshall Islands suffer from the many consequences of nuclear testing, such as high rates of genetic disorders and cancer. The islands were occupied by the United States for several decades after World War II. Today the Marshall Islands is a sovereign nation under a Compact of Free Association with the U.S. With America responsible for the security and defense of the islands, roughly 61% of the island's annual budget comes from U.S. aid. The Kwajalein atoll is used as a U.S. missile test range to this day. The economic presence of the United States has helped to hold this nation together, but with imports far exceeding exports, dependence is of great concern. Unemployment and urbanization are very high. Many islands, like Ebeye, are experiencing unsustainable population explosions, leading to dismal conditions. Marshall Islanders are overwhelmingly people of faith, with 97% claiming Christianity. Within that Christian population the majority are Protestant, and half of those are Evangelical. The Church has enormous influence in every area of society, but many believers have little discipleship and are easily led astray by false teaching. Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Baha'is are actively spreading their faith throughout the islands. Godly church leadership is needed to rightly shepherd the flock, providing the Church a firm Biblical foundation.

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                • America’s Nuclear Test Legacy: Still an Issue for the Marshall Islands


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                  Giff Johnson spoke on the current nuclear situation in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. His talk highlighted formerly secret US government documents about its nuclear testing program and how these alter the "official" version of the Bravo hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll in 1954. He also addressed recent developments concerning the nuclear issue from the Pacific Islands Forum held in Majuro, a UN Special Rapporteur's report on the US nuclear testing legacy, and other issues in the Marshall Islands. Johnson is the author of the recently published biography Don't Ever Whisper—Darlene Keju: Pacific Health Pioneer, Champion for Nuclear Survivors. This book tells the powerful story of Marshall Islander Darlene Keju, who championed the cause of nuclear weapons test survivors when others were silent, and who implemented innovative community health programs that gave hope to a generation of troubled youth. For more information about Don’t Ever Whisper, visit www.donteverwhisper.com/. Giff Johnson has lived in the Marshall Islands since the mid-1980s. He edits the weekly Marshall Islands Journal and is a regular contributor to several regional news media. His previous books include Collision Course at Kwajalein: Marshall Islanders in the Shadow of the Bomb (1984) and Nuclear Past, Unclear Future (2009).

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                  • Pacific Islander Festival


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                    Pacific Island culture, food, music and dance. Skyviewgallery takes you on a journey to far off places.

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                    • Kwajalein My Visit Back Home


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                      yes, these were all shot on my iphone... sorry its not HD, but its still worth the watch! Its a video of my visit back to the Marshall Islands this past summer! Even though I was just visiting this time, its a little taste of my life there!

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