HIV Prevention - Looking Back and Moving Forward | Link TV
HIV Prevention - Looking Back and Moving Forward
Stories are powerful. They teach us lessons and shape our values. A good story can inspire people everywhere to think, to start conversations, and to take action. These films, from Link TV's ViewChange.org, bring the timeless power of storytelling to a modern and critical mission: fighting poverty, hunger, and disease around the world. ViewChange.org is a ground-breaking multimedia website that's built to connect you to the world of global development. And now, we're bringing ViewChange and its stories to life on your television. Catch five-minute shorts, feature-length documentaries, and everything in between in this unique and inspiring series that proves storytelling really can change the world.
"Democracy Now!" host Amy Goodman explores how grassroots activism and general muckraking can give a voice to those otherwise ignored.
In four segments, subjects are asked what brought them to Los Angeles.KCET Original
Visual food artists create world maps of all the continents featuring their most iconic foods.
Meet the Kung Fu nuns — women from an age-old Buddhist sect who are using their martial arts expertise to teach women self-defense, as reports of rapes rise in India.KCET Original
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Watch how North Koreans, both in and outside the country, are breaking down the barriers between the oppressed and the outside world through a secret trade in USBs, cell phones and DVDs.
An exploration of the environmental movement — grassroots and global activism spanning fifty years from conservation to climate change.
Filmmaker Sebastian Junger embeds with a unit in Afghanistan to examine what war feels like and what it does to soldiers.