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Digital stories about immigration produced with support from AFSC and the Center for Digital Storytelling.

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A short film delving into the power of stories to connect and inspire both the storytellers and the listeners.

The course was organized by the Greensboro, N.C., program of the American Friends Service Committee.

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Bonnie Kerness, director of AFSC's Prison Watch Project discusses solitary confinement on New Jersey Network (NJN).

From the program description:
"On this week's edition of Due Process, Solitary Confinement - a cruel and unusual punishment, or an essential Corrections tool?

Sandra King introduces us to a man who spent 22 years in isolation, and hosts a spirited debate in the studio. This week's studio guests: Prof. Alexander Reinert of Cardozo Law School, Bonnie Kerness of the American Friends Service Committee's Prison Watch Project, and former New Jersey Corrections Commissioner Jack Terhune."

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A holiday appeal from Shan Cretin, General Secretary of AFSC.

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Various people in Greensboro, North Carolina writing why they support peace.

For the first time in the history of a 9-year movement, a DREAM Act rally had high school youth leading chants that challenged the militarization of the DREAM Act.

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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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