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Jane Elliott: The Race Experiment.

On January 23, 2014 By


“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” How harmful are stereotypes, anyway? As time moves forward and conversations question the relevancy of race, many are of the opinion that if people don’t like you, so what? Hurt feelings have no bearing on how you are or who you become.. […]

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The Murder of Fred Hampton

On May 31, 2013 By


Year: 1971

This film explores the details surrounding the death of Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton of Illinois. On December 4th. 1969, the chairman’s residence was entered forcibly at 4 in the morning. He was murdered by police while in bed with his 8-months-pregnant wife. Four of the apartment’s inhabitants were severely wounded. The […]

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Dhamma Brothers

On March 8, 2013 By

Year: 2008

This powerful documentary chronicles “highly dangerous” prisoners being introduced to Vipassana Meditation. The results following their 10-day meditation course were astonishing. In fact, introduced to meditation, inmates were 80% less likely to commit a crime again.

Insights The power of meditation to change people deeply. Steps that can change prisons from places of punishment to places of improvement and […]

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