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Happy “Wake-Up Day”!

11 May
Happy “Wake-Up Day”!


The movie is called “Owned & Operated” and it’s about the world and about society. It’s an attempt to show the world not just as it is, but also as it could be, using Video, Audio, Images, and quotes collected from every corner of the internet… and using all those things, it attempts to create a single narrative thread about these topics… through these contributions of hundreds of different people.


The idea is to wake people up, and get them thinking about things they may not yet have been thinking about. Because honestly, it’s time to wake the f*** up.


Two lesbians raised a baby…

1 Dec

This video is the most viral thing that we’ve ever seen—it got over 600,000 Facebook shares, Likes, and comments in less than 24 hours. That’s off the charts.

Plus, it’s incredibly moving. If everyone in the country saw it, it could open countless hearts and maybe even change the national conversation on marriage equality. It’s that good.

Can you take a look and share it with your friends and family right now?

VIDEO: Two Lesbians Raised A Baby And This Is What They Got

Watch the video

Countless research studies have shown that seeing people speak like Zach Wahls in this video is one of the best ways to change people’s opinions about LGBT equality. That’s why it’s so important that we help this video reach as many people as possible today.

Click here to watch and then share it with your friends and family.

Already seen the video? Great! Click here to share it directly on Facebook to make sure others do too.

Thanks for all you do.

–Julia, Milan, Elena, Eli, and the rest of the team

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Greece 2-Day General Strike (Footage)

19 Oct
Thousands of protesters march in Athens as capital comes to a standstill ahead of vote on latest austerity measures.


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First video of Athens night clashes as Greece fights austerity


Thousands of protesters have marched in the Greek capital Athens at the start of a two-day general strike, as parliament prepares to vote on sweeping new austerity measures designed to stave off a default that could trigger a crisis in the wider eurozone.
Police were deployed in force in central Athens on Wednesday as protest marches began, blocking a road by parliament and shutting down two nearby metro stations.
At least 3,000 officers were stationed around the city, with additional forces guarding possible targets of violence such as embassies and government buildings.
Most of the country’s professional classes joined the walkout, including civil servants, tax collectors, doctors and teachers.

Taxi owners, petrol station operators and bakers also shut down their businesses in protest against the government’s economic policies.
Flights were grounded in the morning after air traffic controllers staged a 12-hour work stoppage.
Piles of rubbish continued to fester on street corners despite a civil mobilization order issued on Tuesday to order rubbish collectors back to work after a 17-day strike.
Civil servants have staged rounds of sit-ins at government buildings, with some, including the finance ministry, being under occupation for days.
“We expect that the strike could be the largest” in decades, Ilias Vrettakos, deputy president of the civil servants’ union ADEDY, said.
“The fact that other sections of society that are suffering from government policies are also participating gives a new dimension to the social resistance by workers and the people in general, and we hope that this mobilization will have an impact on political developments.”

Read more: http://english.aljazeera.net/news/africa/2011/10/201110190538784585.html


“Want to make a change, to save the world? Learn what needs to be saved, but more importantly…… what needs to change.” www.zeitgeistmovie.com

I AM NOT MOVING – Short Film – Occupy Wall Street

18 Oct

I AM NOT MOVING – Short Film – Occupy Wall Street



This may be the most powerful video yet to come out of the Wall Street occupation, now heading into its fifth week. It strongly and artfully suggests a comparability between the U.S. government’s response to the nationwide protests and those of regimes challenged by the Arab Spring. —ARK
“Want to make a change, to save the world? Learn what needs to be saved, but more importantly…… what needs to change.” www.zeitgeistmovie.com

World. 24 Hours.

19 Jul

Capture A Glimpse of Your Life in Camera.

If you visited youtube.com you might have run across the banner that annonces the ‘Life in a Day‘ worldwide project. In case you did not care to take a look at it let me tell you what it is about. Their is a independent film director who in partnership with LG and Sundance have come up with a very cool idea.

Director Kevin McDonald want to make a film unlike never has been made before which will be made up of videos submitted by people from the youtube community. Videos about our dail lives, anything.

The film will premeire in the Sundance festival next year (2011). It will also be available on  Youtube. You will get credited as co director and possible be one of the 20 chosen to be invited to the Sundance festibval premeire.

Their are also three question he would like to be answered seperately…

What is a fear you have?

What do you love?

What makes you laugh?

It is all supposed to be recorded in a 24 hour period on July 24, 2010. Then the videos should be submitted on that youtube channel(click submit tab on ‘LifeInADay’ channel), the deadline will be July 31. Happy Shooting.



For more info visit the the youtube channel, click here.

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