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IHTD Video contest feature:
War spending from the Video Vanguards "What would you do for your community if you had a trillion dollars?"

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IHTD Video contest feature: This is a video made by 7th and 8th grade students at E. P. Harney Spirit of Excellence Academy in New Orleans, LA. They wanted to show how the money the the US Government has spent on the war could be used to help the people of their own city.

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IHTD Video contest feature:
The money that is being spent on the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan reached $1 trillion on May 30, 2010. If placed the hands of youth what would it be spent on? Amplifyme's media watch team has some ideas.
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Today's IHTD Video contest feature:  students from The Village of Arts and Humanities
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Today's IHTD Video contest feature:  a piece by the youth working with the AFSC Portland Truth in Recruitment program.
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Today's IHTD Video contest feature:  A Trillion Dollars for Natural Disaster Relief, a video by Lucy Zhang.  "When natural disasters happen, they cause economic stress and unhappiness to the community. But if I had a trillion dollars, hopefully I may be able to lessen the negative impacts of natural disasters."

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Today's IHTD Video contest feature:  "Our Education. America's Hope" is a short video directed by Donald Ung calling out to everyone to spread the word that the trillions of dollars used for the Iraq and Afganistan war could instead be used to fund America's future, which is our education. Filming students, a teacher, and a supervisor of a student treatment center, this video aims to empower viewers to be informed, to act, to realize that we are strong as long as we don't give up hope.

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Video presentation of activities of the Massachusetts Chapter of NALACC at their 7th Annual Assembly in Boston on November 13, 2010.

As Latinos grow into America’s largest minority, the community is being targeted by the US military as a new and steady source of recruits. Entering into the lowest and most dangerous ranks, Latinos have been disproportionately killed in American’s latest wars.

“Yo Soy el Army : America’s New Military Caste,” Big Noise’s co-production with Producciones Cimarron, looks at the militarization of the immigration debate. Alongside the Spanish-language media campaigns, the false promises and stringent laws that have even resulted in the deportation of non-citizen veterans, the US government is now considering the DREAM Act, legislation that offers a path to citizenship through military service.

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Video submission for the If I Had a Trillion Dollars youth video contest.  "The Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have taken too many Arab and American lives. They have destroyed countries and souls, but they also have a pretty big price tag in dollars. Since 2001 our nation has embezzled over 1 Trillion dollars invading and occupying Southwest Asia. This is money that could have been used on things we need here at home. This video was made by youth interns who work for American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) in collaboration with BAY-Peace (Better Alternatives for Youth. The video is a youth attempt to portray the economic cost of war."

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