Stand In My Shoes (trailer)

Stand In My Shoes is a crowd-fuelled social change film about exposing what President Barack Obama coined the "Empathy Deficit" in our world, and the global hunt for social revolutionaries dedicated to creating a countermovement of kindness. 

That means together we'll fund it, shoot it, spread the film to the World, erase the Empathy Deficit and create a new future of with empathy at the heart of our social structures.

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on Wed, Dec 19 2012 · 3,722 Views
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