Videos about Culture
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Tropes vs Women in Video Games: Women as Background Decoration
Content Warning: This educational episode contains graphic sexual and violent game footage. The Women as Background Decoration trope which is the subset of...
Carl Sagan - A Way of Thinking
"Science is more than a body of knowledge, it's a way of thinking." Carl Sagan Music: Michael Nyman - Second Morrow, The Other Side & The Arrival Facebook ...
KUMBARIKIRA MUSIC PROJECT
A music project with youth from the town Nauta in the middle of the peruvian Amazon jungle. They sing about the loss of their native language Kukama.
Climate Change: Faith and Fact
Christian and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe talks to Bill about ending the gridlock between politics, science and faith.
Why I Think This World Should End
Sorry if this offends you. - Prince Ea
"Fuhck the Bahnks" by the Bondi Hipsters
We applied for a bank loan but they turned us down, so we wrote this song... This track goes out to the one percent... #sorrynotsorry Explicit lyrics heads up.
Gabor Mate: Toxic Culture - How Materialistic Society Makes Us Ill
The Canadian physician and best-selling author of In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts is a brilliantly original thinker on addiction, trauma, parenting and the social context of...
The Difference Between Living Better and Living Well
The difference between 'better' and 'well' makes all the difference. This is a clip from Occupy Love (2013) by Velcrow Ripper. Watch the full documentary here.
Seeds Of Hope
Seeds of Hope, produced, directed and edited by Danny Miller (Turning the Canoe, Changing Tides) is a documentary that explores the food and agriculture industry in Hawai'i and...
Mesmerizing: The Song of Niyamagiri
As in the American civil rights movement, both music and adult education for action are central to the Dongria Kondh people's resistance struggle. Niyamgiri is the mountain...
Desmond Tutu: Did You Know This?
Desmond Tutu shares a simple and important message for us all - in 19 seconds. Desmond Mpilo Tutu is a South African social rights activist and retired Anglican bishop who...
Ethan Nadelmann: Drug War, Drug Peace
The world's leading proponent of sane drug policies asks us to imagine a world in which criminal laws and institutions play little role in drug control policy. What do we risk?...
Greg Sarris: From "We" Societies to "Us/Them" Societies and Back Again
Greg Sarris describes how his people (descendants of Coast Miwok and Southern Pomo) are using their understanding that they have always been a part of the natural world to...
This Video Dispels Every "Nature VS Nurture" Myth You've Ever Heard. The Implications are Profound.
If everyone watched this it could radically transform the world. This is a segment from Moving Forward (2011). Watch the full documentary online here.
SLOMO
Disillusioned with his life, Dr. John Kitchin abandons his career as a neurologist and moves to Pacific Beach. There, he undergoes a radical transformation into SLOMO, trading...
Today I Lost A Friend And Slam Poet...Rest In Power Zaccheus Jackson
Today I lost a good friend.  Zaccheus Jackson and I connected over our mutual love for the art of spoken word poetry a few years back, and our paths often crossed when I would...
Jon Stewart Goes After Fox in Powerful Ferguson Monologue
Jon Stewart returned from a long summer break to tackle the unrest in Ferguson over the past few weeks. In fact, he started out by taking the Ferguson Challenge. It’s like the...
It's The Greatest Love Story of Our Time - A Love Story for the Whole Planet
"The force of love, the force of reunion is unstoppable." - Charles Eisenstein This is a clip from Occupy Love (2013) by Velcrow Ripper. Watch the full documentary here.
The Pyramid of 'Things That Matter' Has Been Inverted By Our Culture
But we're too disconnected to notice. Featuring Arik Mcbay and Charles Eisenstein. This is a clip from "Occupied Cascadia" (2012). Watch the full film here.
How Violence Is Inherent in The System
This is a clip from "Occupied Cascadia" (2012). Watch the full film here. Featuring Derrick Jensen, Charles Eisenstein and Dillon Thompson.
What's Wrong With Us?
Jeremy Rifkin answers the question, "What's wrong with us?" This is a clip from Occupy Love (2013) by Velcrow Ripper. If this got you interested in watching more, we highly...
This Earth That We Have Is Precious Beyond Measure
Powerful short video remix. Graham Hancock and Joe Rogan discuss our current situation on the planet. The audio was taken from Joe Rogan Experience podcast episode 417.
Everyone Growing Up In Our Culture Was Taught This Game, But It's Not Making Anyone Happy
After you watch this, you may never view the way our culture communicates the same way again. This is a clip from The Basics of Nonviolent Communication with Marshall...
Visionary Art
A Visionary Art Interactive experience featuring 36 world famous visionary artists. Download the app. This project has been initiated to empower a new culture that broadens our...
How Transformational Festival Culture Is Modelling Sustainability
Transformational festival culture strives to create and become the more beautiful world it imagines. Traveling to several of these festivals across the world, this short film...
Art Is a Weapon in the Battle of Ideas
Artist Stephanie McMillan presents a very general overview and polemic about political art, the relationship of culture and politics, and the need for explicitly revolutionary...
The Bizarre Truth About Purebred Dogs (and Why Mutts Are Better)
For more information regarding the truth about purebreds, watch the BBC documentary Pedigree Dogs Exposed, or check out the following sources: * Wikipedia: Purebred (Dogs) *...
Her Classmates Drew Swastikas On The Blackboard. Watch What She Did.
Irshad Manji tells the story of shutting up when she should have been standing up. It was a teachable moment.
What the World Needs Is An Evolution of Spirit
Sometimes there's not much use in telling people what the problems are. The best thing you can do is lead by example. Just show people how this awareness and knowledge has had...
All Revolutions Begin As Revolutions of Consciousness
Important reflections for everyone hoping to affect change in the world. This is a clip from "UnVeiled & Lifted," which was released online for free by the film-makers in...
Freedom: A Condition of the Human Heart
It is so simple, yet so difficult to feel it sometimes. Freedom Is the condition of the Human Heart.  On an interior level freedom is not about what we have; it is more about...
Art Saved My Life (2014)
Filmmaker Damon Lee Patterson attempts to immortalize the power of art in his feature documentary Art Saved My Life. The film aims to show how art has the power to transform...
Charles Eisenstein: The Two Great Stories That Give Meaning to Our Lives
“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.”  This is a consciousness-shifting clip from the excellent film "Occupied Cascadia,"...
How to Start an Empathy Revolution
Empathy can be a force for radical social change, but only if we understand how to unleash it. - Roman Krznaric at TEDxAthens 2013
Earth Whisperers - Papatuanuku (2009)
This absorbing documentary focuses on 10 visionary New Zealanders out to prove that a shift in consciousness can heal our environment. You'll be inspired, and never look at...
The Real Reason You're Circumcised
If you're not Jewish, and you're circumcised, you need to watch this video.
Where Sewing Machines Are Status symbols
In Atauro Island, Timor Leste, the 8,000-9,000 locals mainly work as subsistence farmers or fishermen, often struggling to make ends meet. When the women of the UK-based social...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Wealth Gap
John Oliver discusses America's growing wealth gap and why it may be a problem in the future.
The Call of the Hummingbird (2007)
In the gorgeous setting of central Brazil, a rag tag group of 10000 mayan calendar followers, bioregionalists, permaculture experts, Rastafarians, alternative health...
Watch John Oliver Explain Perfectly Why You Should Hate FIFA
John Oliver has for the second consecutive week issued a hilarious, brutal, and elucidatory rant about a galling but sometimes tedious issue. On last week’s episode of...
The Great Fallacy (2013)
"“The Great Fallacy,” Paco Vázquez’s dense, lively new film about economic and sociological issues in Puerto Rico, eschews the storytelling form of many contemporary...
The Movement for Localization Is Growing Rapidly, Worldwide
These international voices from the 2014 Economics of Happiness conference in Bangalore, India, succinctly tell us why globalization is so damaging, why localization is the...
Punchlines For Progress (2010)
Punchlines for Progress assembles some of the best American political satirists to highlight the power and importance of the court jester. From the Red Scare through today...
ReGeneration (2010)
The award-winning documentary film, #ReGENERATION, explores the galvanizing forces behind the Occupy Movement and the state of social activism in our society. The film takes an...
Taking The Future Into Account (2014)
Why do humans have such a hard time taking the future into account? Answering this question with insightful analysis, the film offers strategies for policymakers and...
For The Next 7 Generations (2009)
In 2004, thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers from all four corners, moved by their concern for our planet, came together at a historic gathering, where they decided to form an...
The Raising of America (2014)
It’s often said a society can be measured by how well it attends to its children – their health and safety, their material security, their education and socialization, and...
Tinau (My Mother)
Scientists predict that Kiribati - a remote Island Republic in the Central Pacific - could be lost to rising sea levels in the next 50 years. As a result a whole nation faces...
Blurred Lines: The New Battle Of The Sexes (2014)
From bomb threats sent to campaigners for more females on banknotes to sexually explicit pop videos. From extreme laddism at universities to rape jokes in the school yard...
Foot: A Documentary Exploring Our Current Dysfunctional Relationship With Footwear And Our Feet (trailer)
No Shoes, No Service... But Why? Social norms influence us to cover our feet for a variety of reasons, but we pay a heavy price for this cultural obsession with shoes. Poorly...