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Daniel Dembélé returns to his homeland in Mali to start a local business building recycled solar panels from scraps.
A professional skydiver almost loses everything in a terrible accident but is inspired to overcome the odds.
A volunteer-run restaurant in Berkeley, California, don't bring you a bill but experiment in how paying it forward creates a spirit of generosity and community.
Through extreme conditions four gutsy Australian girls attempt to smash a 20 year record and win a non-stop endurance race, the Race Across America. The RAAM is a torturous 5,000 km race from coast to coast comparable in distance to the Tour de France.
Award Winner Dawn Karima voices her original spoken word poem about the Indian Removal Genocide of the Trail of Tears.
Detected is the story of a device intended to save the lives of millions of women: a bra that detects breast cancer.
A Louisiana folk artist with cerebral palsy learns to embrace his disability through his art.
By the end of 2013, there were more mobile devices on Earth than people
This division between the individual and society does not really exist at all. When one tries to carve out a life of one’s own, the individual is not different from the community in which he lives.
Rabbi, filmmaker, author talks about the concept of ‘Bashert’ or soulmates, and the story of finding, and losing his.
Serving an adult sentence, for an adult crime, while still not legally a man, Carlos began his long journey towards redemption and servant leadership.
In this episode of The Good Stuff, Annie learns how Cole rallied other kids at his school to join him in challenging KFC.
When US Airways Flight 1549, or “The Miracle on the Hudson,” ditched into the Hudson River, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be.
J.R. Martinez is an actor, best-selling author, motivational speaker, advocate, and wounded U.S. Army veteran.
Some California kids are campaigning to change that – and in the process, learning how to flex their citizen muscles.
A documentary about the cost of charity on a family.
Students from Washington State University visit the prison at Coyote Ridge in order to participate on a debate about gun control.
Survivors of the genocide are using technology to improve life in Rwanda, specifically in the capital city, Kigali.TakePart World producer Alex Stapleton visited open-innovation space K-Lab, which offers free education and an environment in which citizens can share tech ideas.
Don Popo's life changes when he discovers hip-hop at the age of eleven. From that very moment, hip-hop became the tool that allowed him to dream of a more just and beautiful world.
From award-winning humanitarian journalist Debi Lang comes Hearts In The Himalayas, a documentary about the extraordinary efforts of Himalayan HealthCare.
A Cinematic Short Film celebrating the life of a man called Bob. Throughout his entire life he's always put the ocean first, which has lead to him being homeless and living in a van. But he loves the ocean and his life as much as ever, and of course, still surfs every day.
On the heels of the graffiti renaissance comes a vibrant look at an old-school icon that figured prominently in the hip-hop, rock & roll, and punk movements of the 1970s and 80s.
With the end of the world imminent, a man is hired to write the history of human existence. Who are the people and what are the events that should be remembered?
Fashion designer Jeff Garner is on a mission to design and manufacture exquisite clothing using organically grown fabric and dyes.
We talk of love as if it were just one thing: in fact, it’s two very different moves, Loving and Being Loved. You start to grow up when you stop focusing on the latter and get involved with the former.