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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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
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...
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...
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...
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.
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...
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...
Evicted: The Hidden Homeless
In a country where people can own two or three homes, these are the stories of those who don’t have one. All three girls and their families have endured the emotional trauma...
Dear Europe - A Call To Vote for Unity, Against Authoritarianism
Dear Europe is a collaborative video about the upcoming European elections and how lessons gleaned from Brexit and Trump, might relate. The piece was made by artists who call...
Palestinian's Powerful Plea to Radiohead - Cancel Concert in Israel
Journalist Ali Al-Arian has a message for one of his favorite artists, Thom Yorke of Radiohead: Don't normalize apartheid, cancel your show in Israel. 
Ireland's Forgotten Mixed-Race Child Abuse Victims
Rosemary Adaser was one of many mixed-race children considered illegitimate who was brought up in institutions run by the Catholic church in Ireland between the 1950s and...
How to Deal With a Racist Friend: Russell Brand the Trews
In today's Trews I respond to your comments on various subjects.
Moving the Giants - An Urgent Plan to Save the Planet
David Milarch is an arborist from central Michigan. In 1991, Milarch had a near death experience that inspired a personal quest – to archive the genetics of the world's largest...
Divide In Concord
DIVIDE IN CONCORD is a feature-length documentary that follows the entertaining tale of banning bottled water in small town America. Jean Hill, a fiery octogenarian, is deeply...
These Two Men Have an Important Message For All Men
This video discusses many of the gender roles assigned to men that have led to a patriarchal world in which men are forced to live up to impossible standards.
Trump’s 10 Steps for Turning Lies into Half-Truths (and What We Can Do About It)
Earlier this year the Wall Street Journal’s editor-in-chief insisted that the Wall Street Journal wouldn’t label Trump’s false statements as “lies.” Lying, said the editor...
Atmospheric Animation Symbolises Our Disconnection From Nature and Each Other
Far The Days Come. A tree fell and somewhere in a cold unknown land, man discovered fire. Fire saved man and comforted him. Time passed, trees kept falling and comfortable...
A New Understanding: The Science of Psilocybin (2016)
A New Understanding explores the treatment of end-of-life anxiety in terminally ill cancer patients using psilocybin, a psychoactive compound found in some mushrooms, to...
This is the Most Detailed Map of the Universe to Date
Superclusters – regions of space that are densely packed with galaxies – are the biggest structures in the Universe. But scientists have struggled to define exactly where one...
What I Wish I'd Told You on International Women's Day
"I'm trying to find a way to translate my experience, so you can relate, but I'm waiting... waiting for the moment you stopped listening." #TriggerWarning 
Richard Wolff Explains How & Why Bankers Want You to Stay Indebted Forever
In this interview with Professor of Economics Emeritus (University of Massachusetts) and founder of Democracy at Work, Richard D. Wolff talks about bankruptcy protection, debt...
Life Inside Islamic State
In January 2014 a brutal new Jihadist group swept through Syria and set up its capital in Raqqa in the east of the country. In the two years since, so-called Islamic State has...
Childless: Why Is Society so Frightened of Women Without Children?
The proportion of women not having children before the menopause has reached a record high in the last decade. Here, women from the UK, France and Spain discuss the taboo of...
Austerity Is a Feminist Issue
Women are massively more affected by budget cuts than men, says the Labour peer. They are more likely to be single parents, earn less and work part time than their male...
Tucker Carlson Interviewing Bill Nye Is Like Watching a Turkey Trying to Operate an iPad
Bill Nye is interviewed by Tucker Carlson on Fox News to talk about climate change and research to identify the cause of the cognitive dissonance in those who deny the evidence...
There's Too Many of These Crows - A Short Film About Aggression and Escalation
Humans and birds are having a difficult time co-existing, as a confrontation in an open field spirals out of control. A film by Morgan Miller.
Israeli Army Vet's Exposé - "I Was the Terrorist"
In a rare, candid conversation, Abby Martin interviews a former Israeli Army combat soldier who served as an occupier in Palestine’s Hebron City. Eran Efrati spent years as a...
‘World’s Happiest Man’ Has A Plea: Treat Animals With Compassion
Tibetan Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard is asking for people to be more compassionate toward animals.  Ricard has spent 10 years discussing the habits of happiness amongst...
Framed: The Politics of Stereotypes in News
Palestinian academic Edward Said’s (1935-2003) book ‘Orientalism’ showed how the West had the power to represent the colonial ‘other’ - while at once leaving them...
Digital Prophecies: The Medium Is the Message
In the 1960s, way before anybody had ever tweeted, Facebook Live-d or sent classified information to WikiLeaks, one man made a series of pronouncements about the changing media...