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Make Me a German

Make Me a German

Aren't you just bored with hearing German accomplishment stories? They're the best at football (soccer), they're the first to go on a holiday and while Britain undergoes possible unemployment rise and a huge debt, just look how well the Germans are doing. Their employment is at highest...

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8.44

Snowden's Journalist of Choice

Snowden's Journalist of Choice

In June of 2013, Glenn Greenwald was the first to report on the classified national security agency documents leaked by the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, through a series of articles in "The Guardian." Last November, VICE traveled to meet Greenwald at his home in Brazil, three...

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9.44

Atheism Explained

Atheism Explained

Where do you get your morality from? Don't assume that atheists don't have morals. We all have morals, we all have ethics. Atheists just don't derive them from a holy book. And probably your Bible isn't the only reason you're not out there killing everybody in sights....

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7.98

The Greater Good: A Hitchhike Perspective

The Greater Good: A Hitchhike Perspective

Picking up a hitchhiker is no different than being a taxi cab driver. Taxi cab drivers give strangers rides all the time. It's probably not the safest job in the world but they're just doing their job. It's a social obligation... people should pick up hitchhikers more...

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8.14

In Transition 2.0

In Transition 2.0

"In Transition 2.0" is a documentary about the Transition movement. Transition stimulates the creative juices of people on the streets to get together beyond their differences, to make the best use of their resources, their energies, their spirits. It's not about trying to change behaviour, it's about...

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6.95

Has God Forsaken Africa?

Has God Forsaken Africa?

The story of this documentary unfolds in a working-class neighborhood in Dakar, Senegal. The director, Musa Dieng Kala, returns there to see what happened in a district he grew up in. Twenty years have passed since he and his friends dreamt of rebuilding their land. Today the...

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7.00

Awakening the Dreamer: Changing the Dream

Awakening the Dreamer: Changing the Dream

Of all the innumerable beliefs and hypotheses that make up our contemporary industrial perspective on life there is one that is dominant and very frequent. That's the assumption that we are disconnected, from everyone and everything. This belief configures basically all our ideas and actions. There's a...

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8.96

Connected

Connected

For our own individual sanity, the huge lesson for us is to learn how to reconnect. The bigger question is if it's possible for economic growth to continue indefinitely without destroying the planet? Anybody who thinks that it's crazy to say we can do without growth the...

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7.60

Prosocial Progress: Social Sustainability

Prosocial Progress: A Blueprint for Social Sustainability

The culture is stronger if each member develops himself as fully as possible, but we have to take the future of the culture into account. You want to build the individual so that he is most effective, most capable of doing what may need to be done...

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7.90

Stray from the Flock: Story of a Black Atheist

Stray from the Flock

Andre is an atheist and like so many others he happens to be the only atheist in his family. But why is being a black atheist so much different? Why does it seem that belief in God in black America is seen as mandatory? His family always...

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8.26