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Winner of the JURY AWARD
Innocent civilians - especially children - have to stop paying the highest price in armed conflict.
A LOUD COLOR
Winner of the LEGACY AWARD
ARGENTINA TURNING AROUND
Winner of the LABOR AWARD
In the 1990s, Argentina embraced globalization. Instead of profiting from a global economy, a number of unfortunate circumstances led one of the most economically powerful countries in the world to complete economic collapse.
PERVERSION OF JUSTICE
Winner of the CHANGEMAKER AWARD
Thousands of women are serving outlandish federal prison sentences in the United States for their tangential relationships to drug dealers.
Winner of the EMPOWERMENT AWARD
Diana is a young woman living with HIV. A mother of two, powerful advocate and activist, sister, friend and fighter for people's rights, Diana's story is one of many in a world where HIV has been a reality for nearly three decades.
Winner of the EMERGING ARTIST AWARD
Sofia Snow's spoken word composition unleashes a hypnotic barrage of words and images about post-9/11 America.
AFRICAN UNDERGROUND: HIP HOP IN SENEGAL
Winner of the ROOTS & RHYMES AWARD
Winner of the UNSPOKEN TRUTH AWARD
Imagine being taken from your family before the age of seven and sent to live in a cavernous dormitory where you are beaten for speaking the only language you know. This massive, but tragically failed effort to assimilate American Indians was U.S. government policy until the 1970s.
A NOMAD’S LIFE
Winner of the SUSTAINING TRADITIONS AWARD
AMERICA FOR DUMMIES
Winner of the YOUTH VOICE AWARD
Witnessing and experiencing the apathy and ignorance of American youth towards the world.
Winner of the ENVIRONMENT AWARD
Electric waste, or e-waste, is cause for serious environmental concern.
EVERY THIRD BITE
Winner of the GOOD FOOD AWARD
Two years ago, honeybees started to disappear.