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Support Real Journalism Over Junk News:  Clicks Equal Votes.
The future of the news is upon us!  Simply put, the internet has taken over.  With newspapers, magazines, television networks, and radio shows distributing their content online, you as a consumer now have a definite voice in the discussion of what content is favored by these...
Nonlinear Warfare - A New System of Political Control (2014)
A short film by Adam Curtis screened during Charlie Brooker's review of 2014 on the BBC; shows the how deliberate undermining of peoples perception of the world, by manipulating the media and civil society, creates confusion and contradiction, undermining any opposition to...
Films For Action: Providing a Go-To Resource for the Best Social Change Videos Free to Watch Online
With excellent independent media sites like Common Dreams, Truth Out, Grist, and others providing progressive news and perspective in written form, Films For Action has dedicated itself to filling in the progressive video niche. "It's probably the most comprehensive...
'Boys Send Me Rape Threats, So I Tell Their Moms': Meet the Woman Fighting Online Harassment
Rape threats are an all-too-common reality for women online. Just as often, the anonymity of the Internet makes it nearly impossible to strike back at trolls. What’s more, as is well documented, social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook have been slow, and often...
Filmmakers Propose Online "Swarm Offensive" Against Climate Change
This beautifully animated short video argues that grassroots efforts to deal with climate change can be more effective if they adopt the tactics of open source technology, using databases and social networks to "tap into our collective genius" to tackle the toughest of global...
A Must View Collection of the Best Animal Rights Films Free to Watch Online
In the spirit of the popular Wall of Films we created back in 2012, we wanted to roll out a series of visual walls each crafted around a unique theme. Our first is dedicated to the rights of mother Earth and all our relatives. Check it out here. Below are 20 of our...
15 Documentaries to Nourish the Brain and Heart (Free to Watch Online)
The Films For Action community has been cataloging social change documentaries on this site for several years now. And on top of our editor's work to scour the internet for the newest and best films to become available for free viewing online, we're lucky to have a...
New York man faces five years in jail for ‘linking’ to online videos
You may want to think twice the next time you share a link to your favorite video. In a case against a New York website owner, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is claiming that merely linking to copyrighted material is a crime. DHS, along with Immigration and...
Films For Action's 6 Best Videos Featuring Howard Zinn Online
Four years ago today, historian, professor, activist, author, and playwright, Howard Zinn passed away at the age of 87.  For those of us who are familiar with his work, he has been a great source of inspiration.  Zinn's book, A People's History of the United States, is...
How the Government Manipulates Your Thoughts Online | Big Brother Watch
Abby Martin talks about journalist Glenn Greenwald's report regarding the intelligence community's use of subversive and manipulative online tactics to destroy the reputations of businesses and individuals.
Mutant Online Dating Submissions
Various GMOs try to find Mr. or Mrs. Right...
Some Guy Posted His Hospital Bill Online. You'll See Why Everyone's Talking About It.
A 20 year-old man came down with appendicitis in October of this year. He posted the bill on Reddit and it has gone viral. The US Health Care system is a topic of much debate, not only in the US but around the world. A lot of countries get ‘free’ health care, so needless to...
Britain And Australia Agree to Censor Online "Extremist Material"
For the past several years, the government in the UK has been making radical moves to censor the internet within its borders. In fact, many censorship mechanisms are actually already in place and have been for some time. The censorship push began with restrictions against...
Controlling the web (2012)
In January 2012, two controversial pieces of legislation were making their way through the US Congress. SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act, and PIPA, the Protect Intellectual Property Act, were meant to crack down on the illegal sharing of digital media. The bills were drafted...
How Brazil Is Blazing A Trail For Electronic Democracy
In the land of all-night samba clubs and soccer fanatics, Brazil is throwing its famously high-energy spirit into the untested waters of online democracy. Multimillion dollar budgets are being handed over to online “town halls,” and the federal government is crowdsourcing...
The Internet Must Go (2013)
The Internet Must Go is a video mockumentary which follows the character John Wooley, a market researcher who tries to come up with a plan for how internet service providers can try to market what internet access would look like without network...
City of Errors (trailer) + (8 short films)
Life in a City Full of Errors is the online documentary series of City of Errors. City of Errors is a social network that promotes civic engagement by providing inspiration, motivation and fun tools to find, face and fix the small errors of the big city. It is a cross-media...
Us Now: The Power of Open Collaboration & the Internet (2009)
In his student flat in Colchester, Jack Howe is staring intently into his computer screen. He is picking the team for Ebbsfleet United's FA Trophy Semi-Final match against Aldershot . Around the world 35,000 other fans are doing the same thing, because together, they own and...
The NSA and Surveillance Made Simple
Confused about the NSA revelations? Do you wonder how this affects you? Why spies have been monitoring Facebook, Gmail and Skype? And even if we are being watched online, how does that affect what we do online? These are some of the questions raised by this short...
Internet data caps targeted by antitrust probe
U.S. cable companies have become the subject of a wide-ranging antitrust probe launched in secret by the Department of Justice, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Pay TV companies like Comcast, Time Warner Cable and AT&T have been questioned by investigators who are...
Jews And Arabs Refuse To Be Enemies
As millions go online to share information about the Gaza conflict, a social media campaign calling for tolerance is building.
The Conspiracy Theory Is True: Agents Infiltrate Websites Intending To "Manipulate, Deceive, And Destroy Reputations"
In the annals of internet conspiracy theories, none is more pervasive than the one speculating paid government plants infiltrate websites, social network sites, and comment sections with an intent to sow discord, troll, and generally manipulate, deceive and destroy...
What Happens When Silicon Valley Experiments With Direct Democracy
Like a few other cities, the city is letting some citizens vote directly on how the city spends its money. But, of course, it's adding an online twist.   The heart of Silicon Valley is experimenting with a novel form of direct democracy that gives citizens direct control...
Thich Nhat Hanh - Body & Mind Are One
An Online Training Course in Mindfulness...
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Abby Martin Censored on Wikipedia: Editing Truth by Mob Rule
Abby Martin goes over the editing practices of the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, and calls out the websites editors for their lack of all-encompassing points of view.
One Country is Digitizing All Books, And Making Them Free For Its Citizens
The news: Norway is well on its way to digitizing every book in its National Library and making them all free to access for any Norwegian citizen. That means hundreds of thousands of books will be available to anyone accessing the collection online with a Norwegian IP...
The Leaked Campaign to Attack WikiLeaks and Its Supporters
There's been a very strange episode being written about the past couple of days involving numerous parties, including me, that I now want to comment on.  The story, first reported by The Tech Herald, has been been written about in numerous places (see Marcy Wheeler, Forbes,
Making Green More Macho
“It’s kind of embarrassing,” Emmanuel of Oakland, California, responded when asked about carrying a reusable shopping bag. “It looks like a man-purse.”1 Emmanuel was part of a recent OgilvyEarth study entitled, Mainstream Green: Moving Sustainability from Niche to Normal...
Intro to Permaculture - The Case for Permaculture
This video is Midwest Permaculture's Intro to Permaculture Internet Webinar, The Case for Permaculture. Originally available free online in eighteen segments it is now available here as one single video. It is the first video in our Foundations of Permaculture Webinar Series...
Abandoning Net Neutrality:  FCC Chair Backs Two-Tiered Internet Fees (2010)
The Federal Communications Commission is being accused of abandoning "net neutrality" rules that would ensure a free and open internet. On Wednesday, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski unveiled proposals that would allow internet service providers to charge higher fees for...
Backwards Hamburger
Our FAST FOOD NATION exposed. Before you take another bite, you must see this movie. Take action at BackwardsHamburger.com... then get the full story on the big screen with Fast Food Nation, the movie. Of course, for the fullest, "completest" story on the subject, see the...
Stop the Big Media Takeover
Almost all private Canadian and American television stations are owned by national media conglomerates and, because of increasing cross-ownership, most of the daily newspapers we read are owned by the same corporations that own television and radio stations. We must also be...
We Are The World
This video plugging Avaaz.org exposes the myth of a fundamental clash between Islam and the West as a problem of politics—not cultures. It received over 1.4 million views and 37,000 comments on Youtube (right up there with Star Wars Kid), and helped secure Avaaz.org as the...
9/11 - Two Screens, Two Pills
An examination of the two main 9/11 information paradigms - mainstream media VS the internet. Most of the 9/11 info in the mainstream media is based on the official 9/11 report. Most of the 9/11 info online supports the 9/11 inside job theory. This is an attempt to explain...
Rethink Afghanistan (2009)
Rethink Afghanistan is a ground-breaking, full-length documentary focusing on the key issues surrounding this war. By releasing this film in parts for free online, we are able to stay on top of news of the war as it continues to unfold. We hope to raise critical questions...
Why Poverty? Join the global debate. (trailer)
Join a global debate! Watch amazing films! Ask questions about poverty! Why Poverty? is a ground breaking, cross-media event, online and on TV, using films to get people talking about poverty, wealth and inequality. With 70 broadcasaters working together to create the first...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Student Debt
John Oliver discusses student debt, which is awful, as well as for-profit colleges, who are awfully good at inflicting debt upon us. Connect with Last Week Tonight online...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Scottish Independence
Scotland is about to vote on whether to secede from the UK. There are solid arguments on both sides. But none of that makes bagpipes good to listen to...or does it? Connect with Last Week Tonight online...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Miss America Pageant
The Miss America Pageant...how is this still a thing? They claim to give more scholarships to women than any other organization, and, unfortunately, they're right. To illustrate these problems, John Oliver stages his own pageant with the help of Kathy Griffin. Connect with...
Plantcatching.com, a Common Plant Resource for Gardeners worldwide
Discover Plantcatching.com, an online resource that connects gardeners worldwide and allows them to share plants and gardening materials with other people located nearby. Website creator Nicolas Cadilhac and some of the site's users explain how the tool allows them give and...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: The Lottery
State lotteries claim to be good for education and the general wellbeing of citizens. But are they? (Spoiler alert: No.) Connect with Last Week Tonight online...
Why We Should Give Everyone a Basic Income
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Rutger Bregman (1988) studied at Utrecht University and the University of California in Los Angeles, majoring in History. In September 2013 Bregman joined the online journalism platform...
Sen. Al Franken: Comcast-Time Warner merger "would be bad for consumers"
Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee that will hold hearings on the proposed merger by Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Franken discusses the problems with the proposed merger and online privacy.
008 The Hare Krishna People
http://causelessmercy.com http://youtube.com/playlist?p=PL5517889893DB671A (ALL) http://youtube.com/playlist?p=PL8389D2285C711B78 (DVD02) For more convenience and even higher quality, please purchase the bargain priced complete set of 19 Srila Prabhupada DVDs from one of the...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: The NCAA
The NCAA doesn't pay athletes because they consider them amateurs. The NCAA considers them amateurs because they don't get paid. Connect with Last Week Tonight online...
Hunger in America - Official Trailer (2014)
LIKE www.facebook.com/HUNGERinAMERICAmovie www.HungerinAmericamovie.com "Hunger in America" is the powerful documentary tackling the hunger epidemic in America. Narrated by "Desperate Housewives" star James Denton. Available to Watch Online - September 2, 2014 on FMTV. Go to...
Chipotle in hot salsa over tomato pickers' rights
It’s a long drive from Florida to Denver, but Leonel Perez and his colleagues at theCoalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) don’t mind. In fact, they arrived in the Mile High City three weeks early for Cultivate, a food, beer, and music festival sponsored by Chipotle Mexican...
Pushing the Elephant
When civil war came to Rose's Congolese village, she was separated from her five-year-old daughter, Nangabire. Rose managed to escape with nine of her 10 children and was eventually resettled in Phoenix, Arizona. More than a decade later, mother and daughter are reunited in...
An Engineer Examines a Town’s Energy Future
How much energy does a town consume? Brian Corzilius sleuthed that out for Willits, California, and got a big surprise: in this community of 13,000 people, nearly 25% of personal after-tax earnings (about $30 million annually) leaves town to pay for energy - gasoline, diesel...