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Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible
by Shakti Butler
This documentary features the experiences of white women and men who have worked to gain insight into what it means to challenge notions of racism and white supremacy in the United States.
IPS Report :: A Just Security
The YES! editors worked closely with members of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) in producing this issue. Here is background on IPS and a link to their full report: Just Security :: An Alternative Foreign Policy Framework.
Sweet Mother Tour
The Sweet Mother Tour has brought positive music, videos, and stories about Africa to 146 million viewers through television and radio broadcasts in more than 45 countries. The goal: to bring to Africa a sense of empowerment and cultural self-worth as a foundation for cultural progress.
The Shift :: Trailer
Millions of people around the world are waking up and embracing a new outlook with an emphasis on their responsibility to contribute positively to our collective future. We are in the middle of the biggest social transformation in history: The Shift…
In Review :: YES! Music Picks
YES! Picks :: Our musical inspiration while putting out the Summer 2008 issue: Jack Johnson, Loreena McKennit, Habib Koite
Blue Covenant: Maude Barlow on the Global Movement for Water Justice (part 2)
by Maude Barlow
Listen to Maude Barlow's interview with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! Part 2 of 2.
Blue Covenant: Maude Barlow on the Global Movement for Water Justice
by Maude Barlow
Listen to Maude Barlow's interview with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now!
Audio: Swim Against the Current
by Jim Hightower
Listen to Jim Hightower read an excerpt of Chapter 14 of his book Swim Against the Current.
FALLOUT: Coming Home From the War in Iraq
by Ava Lowery
A short film by Ava Lowery about the war in Iraq and its effects on our returning troops. Pro-war or anti-war, we should all take the time to listen to what our returning troops have to say.
Jehane Noujaim :: TED prize wish
by Jehane Noujaim
Visionary documentary filmmaker, TED Prize Winner, and Pangea Day founder Jehane Noujaim speaks to an audience of "the world's leading thinkers and doers" at the 2006 annual TED Conference. Watch and listen as she unveils her inspiring wish—to change the world through the power of film.
Control Room
by Jehane Noujaim
View the trailer for Jehane Noujaim's award-winning documentary, Control Room, which examines media coverage of the Iraq War.
Imagine! USA sings for Mexico
Leading film-makers are seeking to change the way we think about other countries. Here, a choir from the USA sings the Mexican anthem along the fence that divides the US from Mexico
Pangea Day
Pangea Day, May 10, 2008, is a global event bringing the world together through film. Why? In a world where people are often divided by borders, difference, and conflict, it's easy to lose sight of what we all have in common. Pangea Day seeks to overcome that – to help people see themselves in others – through the power of film.
Imagine! France sings for USA
Leading film-makers are seeking to change the way we think about other countries. Here a French choir sings the United States national anthem, part of a series to be shown worldwide on Pangea Day, May 10, "the day the world comes together through film."
Imagine! Australia sings for Lebanon
Leading film-makers are seeking to change the way we think about other countries.Here an Australian choir sings the Lebanese national anthem, part of a series to be shown worldwide on Pangea Day, May 10, "the day the world comes together through film."