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The systemic impacts of films: a boy, Forrest Gump, & a global community

One filmmaker tries to see the word through different lenses, in the hopes of creating a better world.

The knowledge of being a cross-traveller

An Ethiopian refugee explains his story and the great life lessons from the hardships of a life traveler.

A journey towards patience: the cure for injustice?

A Nigerian living in Jordan aims to fight inequality and discrimination through the simple steps of communication and patience.

Look left, look right, it’s there: a society of violence

One local from Lagos, Nigeria talks about his experience and views with violence, in a society empowered by acts of destruction.

How to not give a s—: the ‘just cause’ effect of music

How’s it like being a Sudanese musician in Jordan? One man explains his journey and how sometimes just not giving a s**t works.