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Luxury and hunger: Two faces of an unequal pandemic
06/13/2021
Luxury and hunger: Two faces of an unequal pandemic

Luxury and hunger: Two faces of an unequal pandemic

Mercedes-Benz AG recently introduced its Maybach sport utility vehicle in India — right in the middle of a fierce second wave of the pandemic. The 50 cars the German automaker wanted to sell by the end of 2021 were lapped up in a month. It turns out that just as the rich were scrambling to own the...

The Other George Floyd Story: How Media Freedom Led To Conviction In His Killer's Trial
06/12/2021
The Other George Floyd Story: How Media Freedom Led To Conviction In His Killer's Trial

The Other George Floyd Story: How Media Freedom Led To Conviction In His Killer's Trial

When 17-year-old Darnella Frazier started recording video of Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin murdering George Floyd, she initiated a series of historic events that led to Chauvin’s conviction. But for all the discussion of technology following...

Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow released from prison
06/12/2021
Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow released from prison

Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow released from prison

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow was released from prison on Saturday after serving nearly seven months for her role in an unauthorised assembly during anti-government protests in the city in 2019.

Algeria votes for new parliament for first time since Bouteflika’s exit
06/12/2021
Algeria votes for new parliament for first time since Bouteflika’s exit

Algeria votes for new parliament for first time since Bouteflika’s exit

ALGIERS: Algerians vote Saturday for a new parliament that’s meant to satisfy demands of pro-democracy protesters and turn a new leaf for the troubled, albeit gas-rich, country — but which many activists plan to boycott. Authorities have tightened the screws on the Hirak protest movement in rece...

Risch, Crapo Join Johnson in Introducing Iran Nuclear Treaty Act to Place Constitutional Check on Iran Deal
06/11/2021
Risch, Crapo Join Johnson in Introducing Iran Nuclear Treaty Act to Place Constitutional Check on Iran Deal

Risch, Crapo Join Johnson in Introducing Iran Nuclear Treaty Act to Place Constitutional Check on Iran Deal

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senators Jim Risch and Mike Crapo (both R-Idaho) joined Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and 20 of their Republican colleagues in introducing the Iran Nuclear Treaty Act. This bill will give the American people a proper constitutional check by requiring that the president submit t...

Mayor shares our passion for social justice
06/11/2021
Mayor shares our passion for social justice

Mayor shares our passion for social justice

LettersMayor shares our passion for social justice11 June, 2021New mayor Cllr Troy Gallagher • LGBT+ charity forum+ is delighted that Islington’s new mayor Cllr Troy Gallagher has chosen us as one of his charities for his mayoral year. We share Cllr Gallagher’s passion for social justice. In r...

Preventing Hunger While Building Peace
06/11/2021
Preventing Hunger While Building Peace

Preventing Hunger While Building Peace

Agroecology can fight malnutrition, curb conflict AND build community self reliance and resilience–in hunger hotspots and beyond

G-7 nations gather to pledge 1B vaccine doses for world
06/11/2021
G-7 nations gather to pledge 1B vaccine doses for world

G-7 nations gather to pledge 1B vaccine doses for world

CARBIS BAY, England (AP) — World leaders from the Group of Seven industrialized nations are set to commit at their summit to share at least 1 billion coronavirus shots with struggling countries around the world — half the doses coming...

Panel talks resources, solutions for combating hunger
06/10/2021
Panel talks resources, solutions for combating hunger

Panel talks resources, solutions for combating hunger

Legislators and community partners representing Western Massachusetts participated in a virtual panel discussion this week to share information about resources for families and individuals facing hunger, and to examine policies and solutions that can...

Discussion on SIU alumnus, social activist Dick Gregory is June 18
06/10/2021
Discussion on SIU alumnus, social activist Dick Gregory is June 18

Discussion on SIU alumnus, social activist Dick Gregory is June 18

Author and radio talk show host E. Faye Williams will share her personal reflections of Southern Illinois University Carbondale alumnus, comedian, author and activist Richard “Dick” Gregory during a June 18 program at Morris Library.

The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast: Andrew Doyle on Social Justice - Ricochet
06/10/2021
The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast: Andrew Doyle on Social Justice - Ricochet

The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast: Andrew Doyle on Social Justice - Ricochet

Ayaan talks with Andrew Doyle about the need for comedy in today’s world, how the culture wars affect politics, and the dangers of the social justice movement. Andrew Doyle is a writer, broadcaster and comedian. He is the author of the new book Free Speech and Why It Matters published this year by...

British PM hails Biden as ‘a big breath of fresh air’
06/10/2021
British PM hails Biden as ‘a big breath of fresh air’

British PM hails Biden as ‘a big breath of fresh air’

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday as "a big breath of fresh air", and praised his determination to work with allies on important global issues ranging from climate change and COVID-19 to security.

Nova Scotia budget leaves poorest worse off, says human rights lawyer | Saltwire
06/10/2021
Nova Scotia budget leaves poorest worse off, says human rights lawyer | Saltwire

Nova Scotia budget leaves poorest worse off, says human rights lawyer | Saltwire

A Nova Scotia human rights lawyer is slamming the province for unveiling a budget that he claims gives away millions to corporations by way of tax cuts but leaves the majority of the province’s poorest worse off. “If Nova Scotia is wealthy

Biden warns Britain: Don’t imperil N.Irish peace
06/10/2021
Biden warns Britain: Don’t imperil N.Irish peace

Biden warns Britain: Don’t imperil N.Irish peace

U.S. President Joe Biden will bring a grave Brexit warning to his first meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson: Prevent a row with the European Union from imperilling the delicate peace in Northern Ireland.

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Worldly Films produces, markets and distributes world peace and socially conscious music videos at scale. Our mission is to expose the youth demographic to important social issues in the interest of positively influencing the future of our world and encouraging collective action in favor of its betterment.

Our experienced team has a strong and comprehensive background in fields including film and video production, digital strategy, marketing, distribution, and video seeding. We have worked with a wide range of music artists, not only Grammy winners who have sold hundreds of millions of records and generated billions of video plays on digital platforms but the up-and-coming breakthrough talents of tomorrow as well.

The youth of today are the future stewards of a much-needed socially conscious, sustainable, fair and peaceful society. We feel it’s important to reach out to the youth demographic with socially conscious audio-visual content that can influence the future of peace, safeguard our planet’s health, and productively advance social issues of paramount importance.

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