Portland Public Schools First to Put Global Climate Justice in Classroom
A video produced for YES! Magazine about a class in which students learn about the front lines of global warming and how to be climate activists.
A Year After Freddie Gray, Baltimore is Still Rising
A video produced for YES! Magazine about Baltimore a year after Freddie Gray and the Baltimore Uprising. Tired of waiting for outside help, grassroots organizations are generating resources from within the African American community.
This video commissioned by UC Hastings is about a former lawyer who is using her law degree to rescue animals.
Sustainable Economies Law Center Legal Cafe
A video produced for UC Hastings about The Resilient Communities Legal Cafe which is run by SELC and the Green Collar Communities Clinic. The cafe is a weekly walk-in clinic for people or organizations aiming to facilitate sustainable local economies. Participants are offered workshops, teach-ins, legal advice and services on a first-come, first-serve basis.
King of the Underworld: San Francisco’s Columbarium through the Eyes of its Caretaker
When Emmitt Watson–the caretaker of the San Francisco Columbarium– first entered the building 27 years ago, he didn’t realize that it was occupied by the dead. Since 1988, he has single-handedly restored the building to its original glory.
A mini-documentary about Benito Marcell Santiago, a teacher with San Francisco Unified School District, who has been living in his apartment in the Mission District for 37 years. In November 2013, Marcell received notice of the Ellis Act Eviction by Vanguard Properties and was given 120 days to move out of his apartment.
A mini-documentary about DeJeana Burkes, a blues singer based in Richmond, California. At 63-years-old she has finally decided to pursue her life-long dream of becoming an internationally known singer.
Patchwork handmade festival showcases Oakland’s DIY culture
A video about the Patchwork handmade festival that showcases Oakland’s ‘Do it Yourself’ (DIY) culture.
“Design Thinking and Making” class at Claremont Middle School encourages students to think outside of the box
An audio slideshow and text about a design class in Oakland, California.
Kinetic Steam Works in Oakland brings antique machines to life
A video about Kinetic Steam Works, a West Oakland-based nonprofit that utilizes steam to power antique machinery.
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