A retrospective of our journey this past year offering a picture of what is being born during this time of global transformation.
Bob Randall, is an Yankunytjatjara Elder and a traditional owner of Uluru (Ayers Rock). Bob is one of the stolen generation of the Aboriginal people, taken from his family at the age of seven. Bob has worked as teacher and leader for Aboriginal land rights, education, community development and cultural awareness. He is the author of Songman and Tracker Tjginji and is the subject of the documentary film Kanyini.
Nelsa Libertad Curbelo Cora is proponent of non-violence who has fought for Indigenous people's rights and worked as a mediator in conflicts throughout South America. She founded Ser Paz (Being Peace) to work with youth gangs in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Through her work, many of Guayaquil's most dangerous gangs have disarmed, agreed to abandon violence and are now working together to rebuild the community.
A parody of the Garth Brooks song "Friend In Low Places", about the evils of Wal-Mart.
The famously funny Jim Hightower gives us a real look at the Bush success in Iraq. Considering the dark nature of the facts, this is quite entertaining.
Witness the ongoing military junta offensive against civilians in Eastern Burma.
Violence and persecution escalate as thousands flee their homes amid the worst attacks on ethnic minority communities in a decade.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and other legislators in Washington are putting the interests of their campaign donors ahead of the needs of kids by opposing the expansion of the SCHIP program to provide health insurance to children in need. Sen. McConnell needs to get his priorities straight. Sign our petition and tell him Kentucky's kids should come before big money interests.
No one is doing more than Wal-Mart to alleviate third-world poverty. They're allowing impoverished people to work in sweatshops!
University of Florida student Andrew Meyer is abducted by police for asking the wrong question while John Kerry looks on.
Watch and spread our latest video "Toy Soldiers"—a chilling reminder of how Bush is continually treating our soldiers like toys when real lives are at stake.