Daily Archives: February 19, 2021

The Great Hack | Official Trailer | Netflix


Published on Jul 11, 2019

They took your data. Then they took control. The Great Hack uncovers the dark world of data exploitation through the compelling personal journeys of players on different sides of the explosive Cambridge Analytica/Facebook data scandal. In select theaters and on Netflix July 24.

Full Interview: Edward Snowden On Trump, Privacy, And Threats To Democracy | The 11th Hour | MSNBC


Published on Sep 17, 2019

On the eve of his memoir ‘Permanent Record’ being published, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talked at length from Moscow with MSNBC’s Brian Williams in an exclusive interview. This is their discussion in its entirety, edited down slightly for clarity. Aired on 9/17/2019.

Edward Snowden 2021|the Biggest Secret they’re Keeping From You (NEW)

YouTube Movies

Published on Oct 7, 2016

In 2013, NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked a large number of classified documents to the media, exposing the U.S. government’s covert surveillance activities. Some call the whistleblower a hero, while others call him a traitor. Spanning his time in the Army, the CIA and the NSA, Snowden uncovers the extent of the government’s spying programs, coming to the realization that the public’s understanding of privacy is far from the truth. His acts have been classified as treason and have made him one of the most wanted men in the world. (Original Title – Snowden) – 2016 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

Climate Change: How much did it cost US economy in 2020? – BBC News

BBC News

Published on Feb 19, 2021

The year 2020 saw a record number of costly hurricanes, wildfires, and storms, resulting in billions of dollars in damages – including 22 extreme weather events that cost over $1bn each in the US.

Since records began in 1980, billion-dollar climate disasters have become much more frequent, and in total have cost the US economy $1.875tn over those four decades, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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Democracy Now! Turns 25: Celebrating a Quarter-Century of Independent News on the Frontlines

Democracy Now!

Published on Feb 19, 2021

Democracy Now! first aired on nine community radio stations on February 19, 1996, on the eve of the New Hampshire presidential primary. In the 25 years since that initial broadcast, the program has greatly expanded, airing today on more than 1,500 television and radio stations around the globe and reaching millions of people online. We celebrate 25 years of the War and Peace Report with an hour-long retrospective, including highlights from the show’s early years, some of the most controversial interviews, and groundbreaking reports from East Timor, Standing Rock, Western Sahara and more.

C.A.F.E. 229: Psychology, Ethics, and Spirituality – Unraveling the Knots of Modern Mindfulness

Tzu Chi USA 360

Started streaming 43 minutes ago

Join us on February 19, when Frank M. Diaz will be our guest speaker in C.A.F.E.229’s Series Two, hosted by Joanne Chang since February 2021. What is mindfulness? While it has become a household name, not all agree on its meaning. In his talk, Psychology, Ethics, and Spirituality – Unraveling the Knots of Modern Mindfulness, Diaz, a scholar, and teacher in the field of contemplative science, will illuminate the similarities and differences between Buddhist and contemporary psychological framings of mindfulness and suggest an ethical path forward for studying and applying mindfulness in secular settings. Diaz is a professor at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, affiliate faculty for the IU Cognitive Science Program, and founder and director of the Institute for Mindfulness-Based Wellness and Pedagogy. He teaches meditative practices across the United States, and media outlets such as CNN, NPR, Science Daily, and HuffPost have featured his work. Join us and unravel the nuances of modem mindfulness! Learn more at https://TzuChiCenter.org/CAFE229

Honoring the Legacy of Congressman John Lewis

Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras BYSO

Published on Feb 19, 2021

Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras honors John Lewis on his birthday, the 21st of February. We celebrate this civil rights icon and his extraordinary courage and leadership!

This video is part of larger tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King presented by the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Museum of African American History, and virtually hosted by GBH Forum Network: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6BWT…

Learn more about the Museum of African American History in Boston & Nantucket: https://www.maah.org/​

Learn more about the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras: http://www.BYSOweb.org​

See GBH Forum Network complete archive here: http://forum-network.org

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Keynote – Dr. Vandana Shiva, Soil Not Oil International Conference 2017

Soil Not Oil Coalition

Jan 7, 2018

Dr. Vandana Shiva, Author of Soil Not Oil speaking at the conference celebrates her contribution and leadership in the global movement for environmental justice to heal the earth. Richmond California, September 2017 Soil Not Oil promotes agro-ecological practices and community powered solutions to restore ecosystems and reach environmental justice. www.soilnotoilcoalition.org

How Indigenous Wisdom Can Help Us Design An Autonomous Future of Food

Harvard Divinity School– Feb 19, 2021

Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative Fellow Vivien Sansour and geographer and seed saver Linda Quiquivx engaged in a conversation moderated by Dan McKanan, Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Senior Lecturer at HDS, on food sovereignty and indigenous cultures.


Top U.S. & World Headlines — February 19, 2021

Democracy Now!– Feb 19, 2021

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