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Five Maps That Will Change How You See the World
Boston public schools recently announced that they will shift to using world maps based on the Peters projection, reportedly the first time a US public school district has done...
Hooded: A Multimedia Project to Challenge and Change How Young Black Men Are Portrayed
Photographer Myles Loftin created a multimedia project that humanizes and decriminalizes the societal image of black boys and black men dressed in hoodies. The media has...
The Edible Bus Stop: Community Gardens From Neglected Sites
The Edible Bus Stop transforms neglected sites across London's bus network into valuable community growing spaces. Originating as a guerilla garden project adjacent to a bus...
'Disaster': Trump Administration Signs off on Keystone XL Pipeline
'Donald Trump only cares about making his special interest pals richer even though our children will inherit a world ravaged by climate change'
Escape From Syria - Faiza's Story
After visiting Jordan last year I interviewed a Syrian Refugee who fled across the border from Syria with her two children. I asked her young children to draw pictures of their...
A Letter to Extremists
40 people injured. 4 dead. An attack likely inspired by ‘international terrorism’ and Islamist-motivated. We know that Islamist terrorists, from ISIS to al-Qaeda and...
Muslims This, ISIS That
This powerful spoken word by Hussam Ahmad urges people to look beyond the narratives being spun by the media and politicians.
Visit Hawai'i - The Occupied State
The US Government just released this tourism ad for Hawai'i and it's surprisingly honest and informative.
Musician Macka B. Schools Us on Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet
Medical Mondays have become an internet sensation, Macka.B dropping bars about the Health benefits of Vegan Foods. This compilation video features 4 episodes, including the now...
Carnage (2017)
It's 2067, the UK is vegan, but older generations are suffering the guilt of their carnivorous past. Writer and Director Simon Amstell asks us to forgive them for the horrors...
Why Recognizing Our Own Privilege Can Be so Hard
There is a kind of lottery that very rarely is talked about in which every single human being participates.
Love is Not Something That You Do - It is Something That You Can Become
Are you the longing for love? Watch the video to know more about love and longing for it.
THE BIG IDEA (Basic Income Guarantee)
Hi, I’m Matt Orfalea and for 3 years I’ve been writing and making videos about the BIG idea of a Basic Income Guarantee (aka Universal Basic Income)  "The BIG Idea" is a...
Stressed out? This Weird, Relaxing And Life-Affirming Video May Be Just What You Need
Having a bit of a grumpy day? "Hi Stranger," by Kirsten Lepore, offers a surreal, uplifting and intimate experience that may leave you feeling relaxed as much as puzzled. With...
21St Century Bastards #Faketoys May Be the Best Thing on the Internet
In a world where some of the most unimaginable shitheads keep getting elevated to positions of authority and influence, it's gratifying to see them taken down a peg or two...
MP Says Government is Intentionally Making People Destitute to Prevent Organised Opposition
Mhairi Black says the Tories' system of benefit sanctions is designed to victimise the most vulnerable in society. The SNP MP says the regime costs more to administer than it...
From the Politics of Division to the Politics of Humanity
We must not give up on revolutionary optimism. It may get us some important concessions from neo-liberalism—and possibly much, much more.
Capitalism and Communism - Two Economic Systems With the Same Goal
For the majority of the past century, a battle has been waged between two dominant ideologies – capitalism and communism.  Both competing economic systems focus on how best to...
The Real Truth About Fake News
Every day, we’re treated to another barrage of outright falsehoods from the White House: Trump won the election by a landslide, Sweden is the crime capital of Europe, corpses...
Sticky - Beautiful Animated Tale About a Remarkable Insect
Exiled from the tropical paradise where they evolved, a tiny population of remarkable stick insects dodged extinction by hiding under a single windswept bush on the world's...
Bright Spots - Stunning Animated Exploration of Island Conservation
A poetic portrait of scientist Nick Holmes and his work preventing extinctions on islands. Part nature documentary, part fairy tale and chock full of blindingly beautiful...
Ending the Empathy Gap
Our aim is a society where people are guaranteed the necessities of life not because they’re sympathetic, but because they’re human beings.
Will the Poor Always Be With Us?
Poverty as we know it is not and has never been the fate of humanity.
4 Essential Self-Defense Moves Every Woman Should Know
Trish Hoffman has made it her goal to teach women how to feel safe and prepared, no matter what. In the video above, she demonstrates how a woman can defend herself against an...
This Is What It Takes to Stand Up: The Essence of Courage
What makes people brave? Vanessa Baird takes a look at an under-examined quality that can change the world.
A CEO President is a Terrible Idea
The government isn't a business and shouldn't be run as one.
Breaking Taboos Around Men's Mental Health
Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. Jamal Edwards, founder of film-making company SBTV, asks why so many men are taking their own lives, and whether...
No, You're Not Entitled to Your Opinion
Every year, I try to do at least two things with my students at least once. First, I make a point of addressing them as “philosophers” – a bit cheesy, but hopefully it...
Thousands Take to the Streets of London to Stand Against Racism
On Saturday 18th March, the UN day against racism, 30,000 people marched against racism in London. Film by Zoe Broughton
How to Sustain Your Activism: What Grace Lee Boggs Would Have Taught Us
Three principles to help you avoid burnout and continue working toward a better world.
A Last Chance for Resistance
The crawl toward despotism within a failed democracy is always incremental. No regime planning to utterly extinguish civil liberties advertises its intentions in advance. It...
Peggy Orenstein: What Young Women Believe About Their Own Sexual Pleasure
Why do girls feel empowered to engage in sexual activity but not to enjoy it? For three years, author Peggy Orenstein interviewed girls ages 15 to 20 about their attitudes...
Every Town Needs a Remakery
The Edinburgh Remakery is a social enterprise that teaches repair. The shop sells refurbished computers and furniture, and hosts workshops where people can come along and learn...
Tamera - Taste of a New Culture
Tamera is an extraordinary intentional community in Portugal. A model for regional autonomy in energy and food, it is focused on creating a truly peaceful society, working...
How to Be a Friend to Yourself
The person we may find it hardest to be kind and sympathetic to is, surprisingly, ourselves. Yet being a friend to ourselves provides the only viable basis for living an...
America's Greatest Enemy Is Our Own Self-Defeating Division
"Capitalism is Evil!" "No, socialism is Evil!" "You must love oligarchy!" "You must love communism!" Sound familiar? That's what passes for "debate" these days- beating each...
Five Paradoxes About the State of the Media
We are living in a time full of threats – and unprecedented possibilities, especially when it comes to the state of the media. Let’s consider five paradoxes, in no...
Witness The Power of Film
Witness is an international nonprofit organization that trains and supports people using video in their fight for human rights. This short film documents some examples of how...
Kandi Mossett Explains the Intersectional Issues Around Standing Rock
Adapted from the feature documentary Not Without Us, Kandi Mossett from the Indigenous Environmental Network talks about the health, environmental and social impacts of...
"Morally Obscene" Trump Budget Proposal Stands to Make America Cruel Again
Environment, public education, worker protections, and cultural institutions all stand to lose under Trump's "cruel" budget blueprint
We Talked With a Few of Trump's Deported 'Bad Hombres'
Five men recently deported from the United States tell their stories. 
Fukushima: Coming Home to a Nuclear Wasteland
Fukushima residents are grappling with a choice: return and rebuild their broken community, or stay away.
Picasso Recognized That Art is Political
Pablo Picasso was feeling uninspired. The world’s most famous artistic genius had been commissioned to do a painting for the Spanish Pavilion at the Paris World’s Fair in...
How Poaching Is Changing the Face of African Elephants
Elephants and their ancestors have roamed the African continent for millions of years. They are the largest land animals on earth and can live up to 70 years. Elephants are...
George Monbiot on Neoliberalism: "A Self-Serving Racket"
An interview covering neoliberalism, migration, Brexit, Trump, community-building, climate change, democracy, power, globalization, and lots more. Part 1 - What is...
Politica Recuperada.
Mientras las tecnologías digitales están cambiando todo, seguimos teniendo instituciones políticas del siglo XIX. Sin embargo, en los márgenes del poder actual, crece un...
Abby Martin Exposes Steve Bannon
Steve Bannon has been propelled over the last year from fringe media outlier to top propagandist of the U.S. Empire as Trump's Chief Strategist. From his Wall Street roots and...
How to Resist From a Place of Love: Self-Care for the Long Haul
If you want to sustain yourself for the work ahead, here’s some advice: It doesn’t matter whether the other side “deserves” anger.
Belo Monte: After the Flood (2016)
Belo Monte: After the Flood is a new film directed by award-winning environmental documentarian Todd Southgate, and produced with International Rivers, Amazon...
'Healthcare Is a Right': Bernie Sanders Finds Common Ground in Trump Country
In rural McDowell County, West Virginia, a crowd of Trump supporters cheered progressive senator's call for universal healthcare