We Act for human rights and civil justice, in the United States and internationally – to shed light on slavery, torture, and the oppression of women and children. We stand for personal and political freedom, for free speech and political action.
A cautionary tale set in a world focused on money, status, brands and excess; Patrick Bateman examines life devoid of meaning, lived by people who otherwise have everything.Read More
ANGELS IN EXILE challenges viewers to look past the violent and often graphic image of homeless youth and see them for what they are… children.
A son’s riveting look at a father whose life seemed straight out of a spy thriller, THE MAN NOBODY KNEW uncovers the secret world of legendary CIA spymaster William Colby. Told by Colby’s son Carl, the story is at once a probing history of the CIA, a personal memoir of a family living in clandestine shadows, and an inquiry into the hard costs of a nation’s most cloaked actions.Read More
Nearly 1 out of every 5 American children is poor, making children twice as likely to be poor as adults in this country. This brief examines the disparity in resources available to children in different types of families and in different parts of the country using data from the 1997 National Survey of America’s Families (NSAF).
Change Agents: individuals who have stood up to create a successful movement for good, dedicating themselves to the betterment of others. The show challenges the CA’s to replicate or franchise their accomplishments to another community or in another form. In doing so, we hope to not only expand their positive influence, but in the process inspire an audience by their example.
Water is a finite and necessary resource for consumption, agriculture and power generation. As many nations struggle to provide adequate access to clean water, there is potential political fallout. One nation with a booming population may need to access the water of a neighboring nation which could result from a variety (or combination) of scenarios. For instance, a dam in one nation that is used to generate hydroelectric power may be preventing the flow of water to a neighboring nation.
The rights and freedoms held by females in a society. Women’s rights include, though are not limited to, the right to: bodily integrity and autonomy; vote; hold public office; work; fair wages or equal pay; own property; education; serve in the military or be conscripted; enter into legal contracts; and have marital, parental and religious rights.