This video has been circling the web the last few days a young girl is frenetically working an iPad supposedly for the first time. She never pauses on anything for more than a split second. What do you think? Does this frighten or excite you?
In July 2007 an American Apache helicopter fired on a crowd of innocent Iraqis in the suburb of New Baghdad, killing over a dozen people, including two Reuters employees. Wikileaks.org obtained classified military footage of the attacks and released it online, sparking outrage from Iraqis and viewers around the world. Read more ...
The Most Dangerous Man in America tells the story of Daniel Ellsberg, a high-level Pentagon official and Vietnam War strategist. In 1971 Ellsberg concluded that the war was based on decades of lies and leaked 7,000 pages of top secret documents to the New York Times.
An Oscar-winning mindbomb ... An entire universe made out of corporate logos, replete with car chases, shootouts, wild animals and natural disasters, Logorama is a tour de force of graphic design. The film's producer, Nicolas Schmerkin, said after its Oscar win that the film "is not about America. It's about our modern Western world ... It's about the way we live and the way we react to these logos. The brain can register 14 logos in less than one second. Making the logos characters with sets and props is about what we're living."
At a time when children play more behind screens than outside, PLAY AGAIN unplugs a group of tech savvy teens and takes them on their first wilderness adventure, documenting the wonder that comes from time spent in nature and inspiring action for a sustainable future.
Congresswoman Donna Edwards and constitutional law professor Jamie Raskin speak out against the Supreme Court's ruling in the landmark Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission case. They're calling for a mass movement of people to support a constitutional amendment. Visit FreeSpeechforPeople.org to learn more and get involved!
The Legal Center for Freedom of Movement calls on Israel to fully open Gaza's crossings and allow the real victims of the closure – 1.5 million human beings – the freedom of movement necessary to realize their dreams and aspirations.