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Indonesian Woman Tried for Blasphemy Over Mosque Incident
03/08/2020
Indonesian Woman Tried for Blasphemy Over Mosque Incident

Indonesian Woman Tried for Blasphemy Over Mosque Incident

An Indonesian woman with a psychosocial disability faces up to five years in prison for an altercation at a mosque, the latest victim of Indonesia’s toxic “blasphemy” law.

The Untold Story of the Sony Hack
03/03/2020
The Untold Story of the Sony Hack

The Untold Story of the Sony Hack

The message from North Korean hackers read like the opening of a bad script for a cyber-thriller. In fact, it was the direct predicate for Russia’s cyberterrorists hacking of the DNC and the Clinton campaign. If only America had been paying closer attention.

A Year After His Murder, Still No Justice For Jamal Khashoggi
02/27/2020
A Year After His Murder, Still No Justice For Jamal Khashoggi

A Year After His Murder, Still No Justice For Jamal Khashoggi

A symbol for the cause of free expression, Jamal Khashoggi’s tragic demise shines a light on the brutal truth that for outspoken journalists, the price for freedom of speech can be death.

United Nations’ banning of ‘teen’ cartoons violates human rights charter
02/25/2020
United Nations’ banning of ‘teen’ cartoons violates human rights charter

United Nations’ banning of ‘teen’ cartoons violates human rights charter

Seeing a plane fly into a tower seemed nothing short of a movie. I was a graduate student in Pennsylvania working toward my doctorate. The horror would begin to sink in as word came that the Pentagon was hit, and another plane in Pennsylvania had gone down, in a little rural town.

BETTA: The Overlooked Human Rights Crisis of the Amazon Fires
02/24/2020
BETTA: The Overlooked Human Rights Crisis of the Amazon Fires

BETTA: The Overlooked Human Rights Crisis of the Amazon Fires

No feeling is quite like the inconsolable loss felt watching one’s home set ablaze. Most of us will be fortunate enough never to experience this sense of uprooting and destruction first-hand. To be sure, as many made clear with their presence at the Climate Strike last week, we are all experiencin...

US: Judge Blocks Indefinite Family Detention
02/23/2020
US: Judge Blocks Indefinite Family Detention

US: Judge Blocks Indefinite Family Detention

(Los Angeles, CA, September 27, 2019) – A federal judge’s ruling on September 27, 2019, to block the Trump administration’s new rules allowing indefinite detention of children with their parents is a victory for the rights of migrant children, Human Rights Watch said today.

OAS commission holds hearing on Cuba human rights abuses
02/19/2020
OAS commission holds hearing on Cuba human rights abuses

OAS commission holds hearing on Cuba human rights abuses

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on Sept. 23, 2019, held a hearing on the continued persecution of journalists and human rights activists in Cuba. Carlos Alejandro Rodríguez Martínez, editor of Tremenda Nota, the Washington Blade's media partner in Cuba, is among those who testified.

America’s human rights imperialism
02/18/2020
America’s human rights imperialism

America’s human rights imperialism

How US government sanctions against Kayihura are a toxic mixture of ignorance, prejudice and hypocrisy THE LAST WORD | ANDREW M. MWENDA | And so the United States Department of State has sanctioned Uganda’s former Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura. Henceforth, he, his children and wife wi...

Opinion | The Next Debate: Let’s Talk About …
02/17/2020
Opinion | The Next Debate: Let’s Talk About …

Opinion | The Next Debate: Let’s Talk About …

We asked readers what topics have been slighted at past debates. They cited Social Security, foreign affairs, women’s issues, the deficit and many more.

Employment: Missouri Human Rights Act-“Employer”
02/14/2020
Employment: Missouri Human Rights Act-“Employer”

Employment: Missouri Human Rights Act-“Employer”

Plaintiff appealed the adverse grant of summary judgment in her action under the Missouri Human Rights Act. The trail court ruled that defendants did not employ six or more employees and therefore did not qualify as an “employer” under the MHRA. Where one defendant was not included in the trial ...

Diverse Creators, a Bridge to the Publishing Community, and First-Time Filmmakers in the Project Forum: IFP Talks the 20...
02/11/2020
Diverse Creators, a Bridge to the Publishing Community, and First-Time Filmmakers in the Project Forum: IFP Talks the 2019 IFP Week | Filmmaker Magazine

Diverse Creators, a Bridge to the Publishing Community, and First-Time Filmmakers in the Project Forum: IFP Talks the 2019 IFP Week | Filmmaker Magazine

Kicking off today in and around DUMBO New York is IFP Week, the yearly annual conference and coproduction market produced by Independent Filmmaker Project. Today’s events include a day of panels and talks at BRIC, with the event then moving to IFP’s home, the Made in New York Media Center, as we...

Samantha Power: Backers of Iran Deal Went Soft on Human Rights
02/10/2020
Samantha Power: Backers of Iran Deal Went Soft on Human Rights

Samantha Power: Backers of Iran Deal Went Soft on Human Rights

Read daily world news articles about the latest Iran protests and Resistance Units activities from a reliable source. NCRI posts up-to-date stories about the world. Click to read more.

University of Arizona sends white students to social justice program as punishment for a violent hate crime
02/09/2020
University of Arizona sends white students to social justice program as punishment for a violent hate crime

University of Arizona sends white students to social justice program as punishment for a violent hate crime

Police are investigating after a black student was reportedly assaulted by two white students on the University of Arizona campus this week, the Arizona Daily Star reports. According to UA’s Black Student Union, the victim was “physically and verbally attacked in a hate crime” that occurred at...

02/08/2020
Philip Rivers 'at peace' with Chargers contract, future

Philip Rivers 'at peace' with Chargers contract, future

On the most recent edition of the RapSheet + Friends Podcast, Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers spoke with NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport about his future in L.A.

“A Movie is Not Something Where I Need to Convey a Message About How People Are Supposed to Live”: Director Kôji Fukada ...
02/06/2020
“A Movie is Not Something Where I Need to Convey a Message About How People Are Supposed to Live”: Director Kôji Fukada on A Girl Missing | Filmmaker Magazine

“A Movie is Not Something Where I Need to Convey a Message About How People Are Supposed to Live”: Director Kôji Fukada on A Girl Missing | Filmmaker Magazine

Since his debut feature, Human Comedy in Tokyo, in 2008, Kôji Fukada has steadily become one of the most interesting filmmakers working out of Japan in the last decade plus. Many of his features can be characterised by a protagonist or family unit’s apparent stability being upended by one event, ...

New Hollywood Podcast: Constance Wu, Lili Reinhart And ‘Hustlers’ Filmmakers Talk Importance Of Authentic and Equal Repr...
02/04/2020
New Hollywood Podcast: Constance Wu, Lili Reinhart And ‘Hustlers’ Filmmakers Talk Importance Of Authentic and Equal Representation Of Women In Hollywood – Toronto

New Hollywood Podcast: Constance Wu, Lili Reinhart And ‘Hustlers’ Filmmakers Talk Importance Of Authentic and Equal Representation Of Women In Hollywood – Toronto

Taking the mainstage at the Toronto International Film Festival was forthcoming scamming stripper dramedy Hustlers — and the cast and filmmakers of the STX pic also took the stage for one of three …

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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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