1. Wujudkan Mimipimu III

    04:39

    from Ubuntu Talent Organisation Added 75 0 0

    A new vlog from Bandung. From now on, the vlogs will be shorter and we will update you more frequently. In this little movie we follow a group of girls to a professional music studio. If you have any questions or comments for the girls. Post 'em on the social media platforms!

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    • Wujudkan Mimpimu II

      10:44

      from Ubuntu Talent Organisation Added 95 0 0

      Ubuntu Theatre Organisation is in Bandung to do a project with streetkids. Every two weeks we will update you about the project and take a look at one of the girls' house! This week, we meet Atin, a drummer-girl! And Mega is answering some questions she got from Holland. If you have a question for Atin, leave a message on dnamc.nl/​profile/​MarittaVersnel, Ubuntu's Facebook or any other social media platform what is linked to Ubuntu!

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      • Zaq and friends

        05:22

        from InvisiblePeople.tv Added 70 1 0

        "Friends are the only family you get to choose" is something Zaq said after signing me a song. Last night I went for a walk down Hollywood Blvd to hand out socks and make new friends. I have taken this walk many times, but last night was special. Not simply because it was Thanksgiving, but because I ran into 15 hippie kids living in a bus. As with all street kids there seems to be an innocence, hardness and maturity. I gave them socks, which are known to street kids as "freshies", and in return Zaq wanted to sing me a song. When most the kids started to sing the chorus I asked them to start over and pulled out my camera. "If you surround yourself with things you like how can you go wrong" is another nugget of wisdom Zaq shared during this interview. I ran into these kids a few times last night and each time they were all happy. I didn't ask about their history or their families. I already know 40% of homeless youth are never even reported missing. Most are "throwaways". For this one night I wanted to join with their youthful fantasy that as long as they have each other everything will be all right. If you happen to run into street kids, maybe even these 15 hippie kids in a bus, please love on them. Many have already lived horrible lives and are just trying to survive in our crazy world. Yes, street kids can be obnoxious. But remember they are kids. I'm sure we all had our dumb youthful moments. Please don't try and be a parent - just be a friend. Treat them with love and respect, ask them what they need, and if you can help than please do. A little love can make a world of difference. // more stories http://invisiblepeople.tv // follow http://twitter.com/hardlynormal Distributed by Tubemogul.

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        • Happy Home Promotional Film

          09:23

          from ben@nopapercuts.co.uk Added 29 0 0

          A short film for Happy Home, a Nepalese charity based in Kathmandu.

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          • Wujudkan Mimpimu!

            11:06

            from Ubuntu Talent Organisation Added 304 0 0

            Ubuntu Theatre Organisation is in Bandung to do a project with streetkids. Every two weeks we will update you about the project and take a look at one of the girls' house! This week, we meet Mega, a 12-year old wanna-be-rockstar! If you have a question for Mega, leave a message on www.dnamc.nl/profile/MarittaVersnel, Ubuntu's Facebook or any other social media platform what is linked to Ubuntu!

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            • Come and serve in Russia!

              02:16

              from SunErgos International Added 269 0 0

              Come and serve in St Petersburg, Russia with SunErgos International. See the beautiful city! Make the world a little brighter for orphans and street kids!

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              • Listen to my Pictures - Photo Class Guadalajara 2008-2009

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                from Josh Meltzer Added 28 1 1

                In 2008 and 2009 while on a Fulbright Scholarship I lead a class of 18 students, ages 9-17 for 8 months on a photography class, meeting once a week. The class culminated in a large gallery showing at Museo Regional in Guadalajara, Mexico. The class, sponsored through Listen to My Pictures, which funds classes like this throughout the world, still continues today under instruction from university students and volunteers.

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                • VERNISSAGE KAMBODSCHA

                  02:42

                  from Strupler ART Added 235 1 1

                  www.struplerART.com Connect with us on Facebook and let's make a difference together: http://on.fb.me/bix1yo

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                  • CONGO KIDS by David Tereshchuk

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                    from David Tereshchuk Added

                    From media critic and correspondent David Tereshchuk (tereshchuk.com), an under-reported aspect of war in the Congo. Some of the world's most abused children, many of them orphans, end up living on city streets. DT portrays an international agency effort to help them.

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                    • Frank O'Dea invites Bathurst to lunch

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                      from Cairncroft Management Added 10 0 0

                      Frank O'Dea, entrepreneur, author and former homless man invites people to join him for lunch in Bathurst where he will be speaking to the Chamber of Commerce there.

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