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Students from New York City, Milo Booke and Gabriel Day-Lewis advocate for the homeless.

See more official selections from the 2nd Annual "If I Had A Trillion Dollars" Youth Film Festival.

"Homeless Advocacy Video - If I Had a Trillion Dollars"

Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School

Milo Booke and Gabriel Day-Lewis

New York, NY

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"Pushing the Envelope"

Deep River and First Friends Meetings Youth Groups

Greensboro, NC

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"Love Is Louder Than Guns"

AFSC Portland

Robert Khasho, Indasia Summerfield, Jessica Valdefiera, Christopher Luchini & Scott Nguyen.

Featuring music by Mic Crenshaw feat. Jana Losey and toy soldiers by IVAW-Oregon.

Portland, OR

 

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"What If..."

Olney Friends School

Bojana Nesovic, Surya Castillo, Galatea Kurtz

Barnesville, OH

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"If I Had a Trillion Dollars"

Free Spirit Media

Justin Johnson & Sierra Jackson

Chicago, IL

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"Bresee IHTD Video"

Bresee Community Center

Yetsy Sanchez, Marisol Deleon, Ivette Perez, Jessica Chavez, Gisele Florian & Yasmin Texpan

Los Angeles, CA

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"If I Had a Trillion Dollars: Chicago"

AFSC Summer Institute

Darrin Thomas and Bishnu Poudyel

Chicago, IL

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This video was produced by the Carpenters Union to publicize unjust treatment of workers in Durham, NH. 

Sunday, January 14, 2012, 1:00 p.m. Raed Jarrar is an Iraqi-Palestinian architect, blogger and political analyst who was in Iraq during the U.S. invasion in 2003 and has recentlyreturned from another trip. He is a former AFSC and Peace Action staff person who provided constant briefings to peace activists throughout the war as well as working with Congressman Delahunt's office to develop opposition to the war in Congress. He collected his and his family's blog posts into The Iraq War Blog, An Iraqi Family's Inside View of the First Year of the Occupation, published as a book in 2008.

This event was organized by OCCUPY BOSTON - FREE SCHOOL UNIVERSITY

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AFSC’s Arnie Alpert discusses the real message of  Martin Luther King Day.

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