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.
An innovative organization in Santa Ana, Barefoot Angels has been battling to shelter kids from violence and away from gang life.
Barefoot Angels staff run great risks, along with the children they help, and have witnessed dramatic results.
A shorter version from a documentary about five Army National Guard soldiers pulled from school and deployed to Iraq. The piece was produced, edited and shot by soldiers. All of the B-Roll was shot by soldiers while on duty in Iraq.
In the aftermath of the 2006 July War, despite devastation and political upheaval, the Beirut Marathon Association chose not to cancel their November marathon, but rather to hold it as a testament to the resilience of the Lebanese people.
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