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EM in NY: Memory Lane Trip to Ithaca
— October 17, 2010
After the Open Video Conference in NYC, EM's Rico Loco headed off to Ithaca to meet with folks at Cornell University, Ithaca College and FLEFF.
EM in NY: Prof Z's Shout-out to EM
— October 19, 2010
Prof Patricia R. Zimmermann of Ithaca College and FLEFF spoke of EngageMedia's visit to Ithaca in October 2010 and gave rave reviews for EM's work in Indonesia and Southeast Asia.
EM in NY: Chats with Shaianne on Indonesian Labour
— November 01, 2010
Shaianne Osterreich is an Economics Professor at Ithaca College who has done a lot of work on the precarious trades in Indonesia. Here she talks about her work and hope for the Indonesian labour conditions.
Global Lives Project Opening Celebration
— February 22, 2010
Global Lives Project Opening Celebration Fri, Feb 26, 7:3011:30 pm RBI, Grand Lobby & Forum FREE. The Global Lives Project is a collaboration of filmmakers, photographers, artists and everyday people working together to create a video library of human life experience. The show features 240 hours of video of Brazil, Malawi, Japan, China, Indonesia, India, Serbia, Lebanon, Kazakhstan and the US.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Las Mujeres of "Fuerza Unida"
— August 30, 2007
In 1990 one of Texas's Levis Strauss factories closed leaving behind hundreds of workers, mostly women, without their livelihood. To many, it was the only job they ever had. From their loss, a support group was born. A group that later became a center to empower women in San Antonio, Texas through education, social work and community activism. The video was produced by Patricio Espinoza of espiBlog.org
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