Monthly Archives: July 2016

Student Feature: The Street Crusade

Film Description: A documentary style look at various people and groups striving to make a difference in the world of gang violence. From education to tattoo removal, people are dedicating their lives to making a change in individuals’ lives as well as their community at large. Film By: Eric Tollar, Emerson College Winner: First Prize,
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Student Feature: The Art of Overcoming Poverty

Film Description: With 24% of Atlanta’s population living below the poverty line, this film takes a look at the systems set in place that keep the poor at a disadvantage, as well as individuals working against those systems. Film By: Nathan Black, Georgia Institute of Technology Winner: Honorable Mention (Best Message) 2008 Reposting? Consider These
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Student Feature: Face of Poverty

Film Description: An artistic documentary exploration of a small section of New York City, and how different the world can look in terms of wealth and poverty, for people who may live only a few blocks apart. Film By: Arnold Mwanjila, Barnard & Columbia Winner: Honorable Mention (Artistic Excellence) 2008 Reposting? Consider These Tags: #studentpoetry
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Student Feature: Volunteer

Film Description: “Volunteer” is a transgenerational story of two women, Dr. Josephine Reed Taylor, President of Atlanta Technical College and the Assistant Commissioner of the Georgia Office of Adult Literacy, and Odessa Whiters, an EAGLE Award Winning literacy volunteer who have dedicated their lives to the dream of a fully literate Georgia. Film By: David
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