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“Footprints”, A Film That Chronicles the Horrors Caused by Cluster Bombs Years Later in Laos and Afghanistan

July 20, 2012

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SnagFilms  has an online catalog of over 3,000 titles composed of mainly documentaries and independent films that cover a range of political, social, and cultural issues and awareness. Snagfilms is currently showcasing the heart -wrenching short film, Footprints. Footprints is a film that aims to raise awareness to the issue of cluster bombs dropped on […]

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2011, A Year Through Photographs

December 29, 2011

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2011 has been an incredible year. From the Arab Spring and Wallstreet protests to the Eurpean debt crisis and the death of Osama Bin Laden, 2011 has definitely been a year to remember. As we look back on the year and reflect, let us look back on the photos that captured those life changing moments […]

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Female Journalists Continue to Fight For Women’s Rights in Afghanistan Despite Death Threats

July 23, 2011

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AFGHANISTAN.— Farida Nekzad constantly faces threatening emails and phone calls, and death threats are an almost daily reality for this Afghani writer. In fact, most local journalists who publish critical articles of Afghanistan’s local customs and national politics are subject to threats of kidnapping and death, especially woman writers. “You have to fight everyday,” Naksad […]

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