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October’s Special Feature- The Line

On October 2nd, the Centers of Light will show a special feature- The Line      From Emmy Award-winning producer Linda Midgett, The Line is a groundbreaking documentary chronicling the new face of poverty in America. As Sojourners CEO Jim Wallis puts it, “more and more of our friends are in [...]
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March Conscious Cinema: Visions of a Universal Humanity & Humanity Ascending

Based on current scientific, social and spiritual realities and credible future probabilities, the optimism of VISIONS presents an alternative viewpoint to the doom and gloom Armageddon scenarios currently circulating. VISIONS is a movie that takes us beyond now, beyond 2012, into a future filled [...]
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Top 10 Must-See Occupy Wall Street Videos [Slideshow]

Please take the time to watch these 10 videos about the Occupy movement. They are important, and will help you get a sense of the whole of the issues, and what it has been and what it can be. Watch the videos.

The Girl Who Silenced the World for 5 Minutes

“What you do makes me cry at night … make your actions reflect your words.” Severn Suzuki, a twelve year old girl, appeals to the delegates at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in 1992. Severn Cullis-Suzuki has continued her environmental activism through many projects, [...]
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Everything’s Cool

In this documentary, filmmakers Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand (Blue Vinyl) follow a troupe of self-proclaimed global warming “warriors” on a mission to get the world to care about rising temperatures and melting polar ice caps. Taking a topic that’s inherently serious and applying their [...]
The End of the Line

The End of the Line

Join us in February at the Center of Light to view and discuss The End of the Line. This documentary addresses the issue of sustainability – or the lack of it – in the fishing industry. Scientists predict that our penchant for eating fish, especially the large ones, is causing the world’s [...]
City of Joy

City of Joy

City of Joy was the monthly movie shown at the Centers Of Light in July. This movie focuses on a self-absorbed, entitled, unhappy young doctor who travels to India. By a series of events, he ends up stuck in India for a few months. During this time he begrudgingly begins to help a group of local [...]
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Overcoming Poverty While Caring for the Environment

Jeffrey Sachs believes that we must lift a billion-plus people out of poverty while simultaneously reducing our impact on the environment. http://www.ssireview.org/articles/entry/1711/
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