Check out this film teaser by friend and colleague Jonathan Smith -- a stunning spoken word piece on South African miners. Jonathan just got back from South Africa, where he spent weeks living with the families of miners with TB and HIV. He's living in the editing room now, putting together a film that will expose the public health crisis through a vivid portrayal of life after the mines. They Go to Die - Clint Smith's Spoken Word from Jonathan Smith on Vimeo.
We're very pleased to land on the front page of today's New Haven Register. The reporter Mary O'Leary captured the spirit of our campaign. Worth the full read: Students' New Campaign Fights Islamophobia Mary O'Leary - September 13, 2010 NEW HAVEN — Valarie Kaur is an award-winning filmmaker who has fought racism for the past nine years, and still she found herself overwhelmed and paralyzed by the anti-Muslim sentiment flowing from controversy over the planned Islamic center near Ground Zero in New York. A student at the Yale Law School, Kaur said the