"Seeking justice is a right!" Catch 2017 Sundance Film Festival doc #500Years at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in NYC this June. The film, driven by universal themes of justice, power, and corruption, is the final chapter of Pamela Yates' #ResistanceSaga. bit.ly/HRW500years #HMWFF
What does #patriotism mean to you? Sundance Institute's Tabitha Jackson joins Van Jones and Aisha Tyler to discuss this tonight. Watch the live stream on Sundance Now's Facebook page at 7:45 pm PT. #Take5
These are the girls running as fast as they can to be Jamaica’s new sprint champions in a country obsessed with its athletes. This is the story of the Champs national youth athletics competition that could change their lives.
The #NewFrontier Story Lab is a week-long intensive that empowers creatives with individualized story sessions, conversations about key artistic, design and technology issues and case study presentations from experts in diverse related disciplines.
People with disabilities are among the most discriminated against in Bolivia. Fed up with being ignored, a group of them march across the Andes to the seat of the government in La Paz, asking to speak to President Evo Morales. They are met with riot police, barricades, teargas and water cannons.
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