1. La Voz del Pueblo

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    The most violent country on the planet isn’t halfway across the globe; it is a 2.5 hour flight from Houston. Most U.S. citizens are at best dimly aware of the bloodshed that is the defining feature of present-day Honduras. Last summer, 2014, Honduran children surfaced on the southern U.S. border by the tens of thousands, prompting a Texas congressman to decry this “invasion of our nation.” Likewise, protesters in California met the young immigrants with angry slogans like “return to sender!” But did protesters have any understanding of the situation these youth were escaping? The violence they’d be thrown back into if they were indeed “returned to sender”? La Voz Del Pueblo is an 18-minute documentary that explores the difficult and violent Honduran reality through the perspective of journalists at the Jesuit-run radio station, Radio Progreso.

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    • Stop Projecting

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      This film addresses White Privilege and stereotypes that are projected onto minorities.

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      • Walter Brueggemann teaching Sunday School on Psalm 73

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        Walter Brueggemann was the keynote speaker during the third annual W.W. Finlator Lectures in Faith & Social Justice held at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC. This session was a combined adult Sunday school class led by Dr. Brueggemann on Sunday, March 22, 2015.

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        • InquiryProtestChernichenko

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          • No Trace Films: Behind The Scenes with Didi Navarro

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            Didi is a senior Communcations major from Neptune, NJ. She lives by the beach and loves spending summers at home on the Jersey Shore. Her goal is to move to Los Angeles after she graduates and pursue a degree in higher education and work on becoming a producer for network television sitcoms or music videos. She hopes to one day have a major production company of her own. Didi is thrilled to be acting as one of NoTrace Films' Producers and hopes that the documentary will help to make a lasting impact on the community.

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            • Immigration: Justice by Numbers

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              Prof Christina Boswell from the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Edinburgh delivers the inaugural Omar Azfar Lecture on Social Justice at Balliol College, University of Oxford. Prof Boswell criticises the increasing reliance on performance targets in various sectors of government policy, focusing on the area of immigration and asylum. She argues that successive numerical targets have simplified and distorted political debate, and have suppressed moral deliberation on the rights of immigrants and refugees. The lecture was introduced by Sir Drummond Bone, Master of Balliol College, Dr Jeremy Burchardt, a friend and fellow student of Omar Azfar during his time at Balliol, and Mursaleena Islam, Omar Azfar's wife.

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              • Saturday Morning Dialogue with Walter Brueggemann

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                This is the second session of the 3rd annual W.W. Finlator Lectures in Faith & Social Justice. This session was a presentation and dialogue with Walter Brueggemann on matters pertaining to economic justice and the expression of Christian faith. This conversation took place on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC. Dr. Brueggemann is William Marcellus McPheeters professor emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary, where he taught from 1986 until his retirement in 2003.

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                • Talking Bananas

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                  A group of bananas experience difficulties whilst trying to go about their daily lives, and decide to write a script to try to breakdown the stigma and discrimination they face during their day-to-day routines.

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                  • HYHFJ: Road to Resistance VOD

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                    As the United Nations adopts the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, South Africa heads in the opposite direction, implementing a system of laws called apartheid to racially segregate its people in every aspect of life. The black majority in South Africa, led by the African National Congress (ANC), mounts a non-violent campaign of defiance, attracting the attention of activists in Britain, Sweden, and the United States - and sowing the seeds of an international movement. The world reacts with horror when protesters are gunned down in the town of Sharpeville and the entire ANC leadership is forced underground or imprisoned. Nelson Mandela is jailed for life and the movement in South Africa is effectively shut down as hundreds escape into exile.

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                    • Trans Healthcare Project Trailer

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                      Paper Tiger is working on a new documentary, the Trans Healthcare Project. The Trans Healthcare Project is a look into the lives of low income and POC transgender and gender non-conforming people and their struggle to get healthcare. In a society that regularly denies people healthcare, trans people are hit hardest. This episode will explore the economic and institutional barriers set up to keep trans people from getting the transition related medicine and treatments, and focus on the community organizing campaign that helped to overturn the NY State Medicaid ban on Trans healthcare coverage. Told by the trans people of NY in their own words, we need help to share these stories. Visit Papertiger.org for more info on how to get involved!

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