Art is a Reflection of the Soul – Abby Martin Speaks at the Zeitgeist Media Festival

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Art is not just about catharsis, self-expression, and relaying powerful messages through symbolism – it also entails our imagination to mold art in its most natural form. By actively engaging with each other and harmonizing with the earth, we can cultivate a better path for future generations. The Zeitgeist Media Festival is an annual event that bridges art and activism together … Read More

Moby: Make Information Free & Stop Punishing Piracy

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It’s not often you find a Grammy Award-nominated musician on the front lines of political activism. One of those exceptions simply goes by the name Moby. The L.A. based electronic musician spends every iota of his free time making it count. When he’s not making music, he’s promoting music therapy as a board member of the Institute for Music and … Read More

Samsara, Baraka – Visual Masterpieces

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Samsara and Baraka are both inspiring, visually stunning cinematographic masterpieces. Everyone on the planet should take the time to watch them. Filmed over nearly five years in 25 countries on five continents, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. Abby *** Samsara from Kamala Queen on Vimeo. This film is … Read More

MR Poetry – ‘Cut the Apron Strings’ & ‘Island’

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MEDIA ROOTS – Amateur writer Rutger B. Devon offers these two original, uplifting, lyrical and political poems for activists and lovers of freedom and independence from his forthcoming, debut book of both verse and prose. *** Cut the Apron Strings is a strong, no-holds-barred manifesto. It is a call-to-arms for people to do just what the title implies, to remove one’s … Read More

Superman Stands Up to the Corporate Media

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MEDIA ROOTS – Standing for “truth, justice, and the American way” just took a giant leap into the twenty-first century with Clark Kent leaving the Daily Planet newspaper. In next week’s issue, to be released by DC Comics, Clark is expected to stand up in front of staff and mourn how mainstream “journalism has given way to entertainment,” according to the comic’s … Read More

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