1. NewsBreak 3.27

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    Today on UMTV NewsBreak: Avanza Cuba takes over the SoC Courtyard, our Hurricanes are off to the nation's capital, and Supreme Court hearings are taking place.

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    • TWO-MINUTE TALKING POINT – Kenya Decides 2013: Three voters, One election by Katy Migiro

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      Kenya’s 2013 elections are a test of its democracy as the last vote brought the country to the brink of civil war. After a peaceful poll on March 3, the battle has moved to the Supreme Court as defeated presidential contender Raila Odinga alleges rigging. How have the dreams and fears of ordinary Kenyans fared in the face of the realities of tribalism and bribery? This film is part of a series of interviews with ordinary Kenyans carried out during the election period by the Thomson Reuters Foundation. All views represented here are of the individuals concerned. http://www.trust.org/alertnet/news/special-coverage/kenya-election-2013/ Katy Migiro, Thomson Reuters Correspondent 2' TALKING POINT is a new format produced by the Thomson Reuters Foundation. It presents a pressing issue or a news item developed with a personal touch by our AlertNet and TrustLaw correspondents, in two minutes or less. Filming: Pete Murimi Editing: Shanshan Chen Design: Ye Li

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      • Edie Windsor and the ACLU Challenge the Defense of Marriage Act

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        Check out: aclu.org/DOMA The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is a federal law passed in 1996 that both created a federal definition of marriage as being between a man and a woman and expressly gave states permission to refuse to recognize marriages entered into by same-sex couples in other jurisdictions. The part of DOMA that defines marriage at the federal level – known as Section 3 – was a radical departure from 220 years of federal practice, which was to rely on each state to define marriage and to recognize any marriage legally entered into under state law as a valid marriage for federal purposes. We are challenging Section 3 of DOMA on behalf of our client Edie Windsor in Windsor v. United States, which is currently pending before the Supreme Court of the United States. In June, the Court will rule on whether DOMA violates equal protection by treating married gay couples as unmarried in over 1,100 federal programs.

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        • Kalbaryo Street Performance 2013

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          Street performance of a local community cultural group, Kapisanan ng mga Mandudula sa Marikina (KMM), at the Holy Week Kalbaryo ng Maralita (Calvary of the Poor), March 25, 2013. Actors marched and performed in front of the Philippine Supreme Court as part of the "Stations of the Cross". Their voices battle with blaring car horns, revving engines and other traffic noise to get their message across -- "the modern-day passion of Christ leads to the people's struggle for social change." Street plays are part a people's cultural movement in the Philippines. Religious iconography has been particularly studied and used from the anti-colonial struggle of the Filipino people up to the present.

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          • William Eskridge Interview on SCOTUS and Marriage Equality

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            Professor William Eskridge discusses marriage equality cases ( U.S. v. Windsor and Hollingsworth v. Perry) in this extended interview.

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            • SCOTUS and the Marriage Equality Cases

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              The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in two cases of marriage equality this week – U.S. v. Windsor, which challenges the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, and Hollingsworth v. Perry, which challenges California’s Proposition 8. Yale Law School Professors Bruce Ackerman, William Eskridge, and Harold Koh all recently signed amicus briefs in support of the respondents in Hollingsworth v. Perry. Here they discuss the cases before the High Court, describe the arguments made in their briefs, and weigh in on why this is an important moment for civil rights.

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              • POFEV Tie A Knot 4 Love Intro 3.23.13

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                POFEV (People of Faith for Equality in Virginia) President Robin Gorsline is passionate about LGBT equality and so are other folks (gay and straight) at Metropolitan Community Church of Richmond. They got together recently to participate in POFEV’s “Tie a Knot for Love” campaign, providing people everywhere with a way to signify their support for marriage equality and witnessing to the importance of two cases being heard by the US Supreme Court on March 26 and 27. See how easy, and fun, it can be to tie a knot for Love and to share it with friends. And stay tuned for additional videos to watch the progress of group members as they tie their knots for Love. Video and background music vocals sung, produced, and edited by Greg Farmer, Richmond, VA

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                • (Full episode) Exhausted Patents Too?

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                  In this week's 8 minute print consumables TV news bulletin, David Gibbons shares the following stories: 1. The US Supreme Court's overturning on copyright laws may help remanufacturers 2. Xerox claims its solid ink is a winner over ink and toner technologies 3. New waterproof paper made from used plastic bottles can be used in your laser printer 4. HP has not helped consumers print documents and photos, but has also worked with pharmaceutical labs developing new drugs. 5. Print-Rite has been named a green medallist in the Pearl River Delta region of China. 6. An Alabama printer service technician has been found guilty of fraud, relating to the purchase and sale of toner cartridges and will be jailed for 27 months. 7. The number of stand alone and multifunction printers sold in Vietnam, has boomed by 32.2% 8. Samsung and Sharp recently announced a 111 million US dollar deal but Samsung will not get its hands on any of Sharp’s printer business 9. Toner Giant which is sharing scary facts with the public saying the number of cartridges sent to landfills grows by 12% every year.

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                  • Enzo & Andres: Ex-Mormon Missionary and His Husband Fight DOMA

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                    (Enzo/U.S./Argentina -- Andres/Uruguay) -- Brooklyn, NY: In 1996, Andres received the highest rank that a Mormon missionary could achieve because he was an expert on promoting the Proclamation of the Family, which defines marriage as a union between one man and one woman. Now, he is on another mission -- to educate people on the different types of families, rooted in love and all deserving of equality, including the right for his husband, Enzo, to sponsor him for a green card, like any other binational couple in the United States. *This video is part of the collaborative series, 'Love Stories: Binational Couples on the Front Lines Against DOMA,' produced by Lavi Soloway and Brynn Gelbard for The DOMA Project and The DeVote Campaign. *For more information and how you can help: http://www.domaproject.org http://devotecampaign.com *And please follow us on Facebook and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/TheDOMAProject https://twitter.com/GayBinationals https://facebook.com/devotecampaign https://twitter.com/devotecampaign Produced by: Lavi Soloway & Brynn Gelbard Directed by: Brynn Gelbard Cinematography by: Hanh Nguygen Edited by: Steven Farr Music: Kevin MacLeod (incomptech.com)

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                    • Focus On: The Supreme Court

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                      What is Government? How does it work? This series of videos focuses on US Government and Politics, and is inspired by the classroom lectures of Heath Hamrick. This particular tutorial focuses on the history and powers of the Judicial Branch of the US Government, particularly the role of the Supreme Court.

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