In a culture bursting with music and dance, there is a majority struggling to rise above social and economic extremes.
In China, over-population, economic growth, and pollution are radical, but so are the people doing everything to address these trends.
Despite the widespread poverty, religious extremism, and rebel conflicts, Mali’s rich musical heritage and defiant legacy of protest, tolerance and unity is as vibrant as ever.
Host, Stephan Said will return to his hometown, Richmond, where people in all parts of society are undoing the histories of racial and economic segregation to make a more perfect union.
On Thursday, Nov. 2, at 6:30pm, No Lost Generation and USA for UNHCR are partnering with borderless to host a screening of the borderless refugee episode and discussion with Human Rights Watch Refugees Director, Bill Frelick, and Stephan Said. The event is free and open to the public, and you can register here. The event
On November 4th in #Charlottesville and November 6th in #Richmond, VA, hundreds of people of every age and race are lifting their voices together to unite us all for equality, diversity, justice – making the “We The People” music video and mini-series. Everyone is invited. Partnering organizations include One Voice Chorus, Community 50/50, Ix Art
On Thursday, May 4, The New School’s Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility in collaboration with USA for UNHCR and difrent:, will host the borderless Refugee Crisis premiere. The event will celebrate the launch of borderless (https://thisisborderless.com/) (@isborderless), a new media initiative designed to connect people at the frontlines of the world’s pressing crises