1. Yearning to Breathe Free, promo


    from Amanda Cantrell Roche / Added

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    Excerpts and choreographer's thoughts on the audio documentary/dance project "Yearning to Breathe Free," which premiered August 3rd, 2013 at Belmont's Black Box Theater as part of Blue Moves' production "Blue O2 ~ The Air Show." This dance is available for public performances in Nashville and the surrounding area in the fall of 2013. Space requirements: minimum 25 x 25 feet, wooden floor. For more information; www.amandacroche.com

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    • Clip Commission Vargas LLosa


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      A brief rough cut of the movie, showing the "official version" the peruvian goverment through the Vargas Llosa Commission has given to the world about the Uchuraccay killings.

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      • MRM: User's Manual


        from Mighty Rights Media / Added

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        Mighty Rights Media: A User's Manual

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        • The Black Romany Saint


          from Martyn Bray / Added


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          • Journey to Justice: A Conversation with Kat Brady and Eiko Kosasa Part 2


            from Center for Hegemony Studies / Added

            In Part 2, Kat Brady, Coordinator of the Community Alliance on Prisons (CAP), further explains how the community can create a more effective and cost-efficient criminal justice system through Smart Justice policies.  As an example of Smart Justice, CAP introduced Justice Reinvestment to the Hawai'i State Legislature and succeeded in promoting passage of subsequent bills in 2012.  Justice Reinvestment will streamline the criminal justice system process and reallocate existing funds from incarceration to re-entry community programs, including parole and probation work. Kat is a strong supporter of Hawaiian independence, because she views the high incarceration rates of Hawaiians as being tied to larger historical trauma.  Kat is the proud recipient of the 2003 National Association of Hawaiian Civic Club's Kako'o o Kalaniana'ole Award, which recognized her as the Outstanding Non-Hawaiian for Service to the Hawaiian Community.  Kat's deeply held beliefs in the values of aloha 'aina and malama 'aina drive her passion for positive social change.

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            • "Now is the Cool of the Day" :: Aug 18 @middlechurch


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              "Now is the Cool of the Day" Summer Choir Tami Petty, soloist To learn more about Middle Church visit:

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              • CHILDREN'S MOMENT :: Aug 18 @middlechurch


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                CHILDREN'S MOMENT with Adriene Thorne To learn more about Middle Church visit:

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                • "Stinky Grapes" :: Aug 18 @middlechurch


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                  "Stinky Grapes" Chad Tanaka Pack, preacher SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 5.1–7 (http://bible.oremus.org/?ql=243953479) To learn more about Middle Church visit:

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                  • Best New Thing in the World Today: Harmony Project and Weinland Park Kids


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                    Best New Thing in the World Today (with apologies to the Rachel Maddow Show) ...is David Brown's instant chorus, which he put together with random kids at Weinland Park's Annual Community Festival (Columbus, OH), in 45 minutes flat, for this one-time performance, just to prove we can do anything if we work together. David runs a non-profit called The Harmony Project; he's all about peace, social justice and the eradication of racism. Works for me. (Song is "The Other Side of Me" by Michael W. Smith and Wayne Kirkpatrick) Video by Canon 7D EFS 17-55mm 1:2.8

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                    • Bread and Roses. Tortillas and Sunflowers, Too.


                      from Andrew Lamas / Added

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                      The second annual SOCIAL JUSTICE RESEARCH ACADEMY was held for four weeks in July, 2013, at the University of Pennsylvania for high school students from around the world. This video slideshow -- of the fourth and final week of our program -- is one in a series of short documentaries that I created for the students as a record of our time together. Andrew T. Lamas Faculty Director SOCIAL JUSTICE RESEARCH ACADEMY: Week Four: July 22-26, 2013 (FINAL revised version 08-17-2013) for educational purposes only.

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