Forest Canopy

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  • ... and transphobia threaten to silence the voices of African lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people, ... It brings together academic writings, political analysis, life testimonies, conversations, and artistic works by Africans that engage with the struggle for LGBTI liberation. The book aims to engage the audience from the ...
  • ... city of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The train is a ticking clock for all human activities. When Meherun is not playing, she is selling jasmine ... On an ordinary day, her destiny changes forever. But life continues inexorably under the shade of the night train. Audience ...
  • ... beings like everybody else." Kevin is a recent high school graduate who has autism. Although his mother is an administrator at ... Industries, he does not feel that Lott is the best option for him and he would prefer to look for a job in the wider community. ...
  • ... fleeing the grim dictatorship in what has been called the African North Korea. According to UN information, more than 350,000 Eritreans ... is an ethnologist who has studied CIGEM and other returnee programs . One of the places he visited was Mali, and he got to know many ...
  • ... at KCETLink, who volunteered with the organization for six years. How and why did you become involved in ACT UP? ... group of people. I think some didn’t even finish high school but they were able to not only learn science when they needed to learn ...
  • More people are imprisoned each year for homosexuality in Cameroon than any other country in the world. With ... Born This Way sketches a vivid portrait of day-to-day life in modern Africa. Queer African Reader brings together academic writings, political analysis, life ...
  • ... Zen Monastery in Santa Fe, talks about initiation with African shaman, healer and diviner, Malidoma Some. Malidoma suggests that ... In this program , we discover the secrets of an African initiation and the power of Buddhist vows with two people who walk ...
  • ... of young people. The question is: Who is to blame for the Exodus? ...
  • Africans constantly come up with new solutions for problems because necessity is the mother of invention. In Mozambique, ... Our documentary looks at this impressive example of African improvisation and finds similar ones in Kenya and Egypt. ...
  • ... — acrobatics. Following students as they prepare for a national competition, "Circus School " reveals the rigorous physical training they must endure. Through ...

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