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Always watching and listening to the challenges of today, our goal is to elevate how these issues are discussed.  Every event we build features:

THE BEST FILMS AND STORIES ON EACH ISSUE

SUBJECT MATTER STUDY GUIDES & QUESTIONNAIRES 

ACCESS TO LEADERS AND SPEAKERS FOR CONVERSATIONS

PERSONALIZED
1-TO-1 EVENT SUPPORT

VIDEOS, PHOTOS, AND MARKETING COLLATERAL

THE ISSUES & FILMS

RACE RELATIONS

SUICIDE

THE WEALTH GAP

SOCIAL JUSTICE

GENDER INEQUALITY

DEPRESSION

DIVERSITY

MENTAL HEALTH

LGTBQ+

DEI

SEXISM

LEADERSHIP

CIVIL RIGHTS

EDUCATION

INCOME INEQUALITY

Race & Diversity

RACE, EQUITY, & DIVERSITY
The Loyola Project

In 1963, at the height of the civil rights movement, the Loyola Ramblers of Chicago broke racial barriers and changed college basketball forever.   

Now, nearly 60 years later, this legendary team is reexamined by Loyola basketball player and co-captain, Lucas Williamson. Woven together with archival footage and modern day interviews, this captivating story continues to provide inspiration in the fight for equality.

Mental Health
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MENTAL HEALTH
Ten Count

TEN COUNT comes at a time when mental health and sports are very much in the public consciousness, providing fresh and exciting insight into the minds of champions.

 

Compiled from five years of filming and featuring exclusive, intimate interviews with some of the world’s top athletes, leading psychologists, psychiatrists, managers and family members, the film pulls back the curtain on the world of sports and delves into the realities these athletes face.

Leadership
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LEADERSHIP
Hesburgh

Amidst some of the most tumultuous times in the USA's history, reverend Theodore Hesburgh, president of the University of Notre Dame, found himself in the eye of the storm as he worked to advance the causes of peace and equal rights.

This film is more than just a story of a catholic priest. It's of an inspirational leader who transcended all societal norms to bring people together from all walks of life around the world during the civil rights era.

Education
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EDUCATION & THE WEALTH GAP
If You Build It

Designer-activists Emily Pilloton and Matthew Miller visit rural Bertie County, the poorest in North Carolina, where they work with local high school students to help transform both their community and lives.

 

Living on credit and grant money and fighting a change-resistant school board, Pilloton and Miller lead their students through a year-long, full-scale design and build project that does much more than just teach basic construction skills: it shows ten teenagers the power of design-thinking to re-invent not just their town but their own sense of what's possible.

COMING SOON
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