We dream of a world where no one would even think about abusing or hurting the people they love, where violence as we know it is unthinkable. That world is possible. And here are a few videos and tidbits to keep you going, moving, thinking, and above all, loving.
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Kid President began as a collaboration between Robby Novak, a nine-year-old, and his older brother-in-law, Bradley Montague. The pair tag teamed to plant hilarious seeds of wisdom and posted their videos online for family and friends to enjoy.
Beginning as a student in anthropology, Simon Sinek turned his fascination with people into a career of convincing people to do what inspires them.
Noah St. John
Noah is a fifteen-year-old slam poet who speaks beautifully about his family.
600 guitarists gathered to play Imagine by John Lennon in support of rape victims in India.
Radmilla Cody won a Grammy award in 2013. A former Miss Navajo Nation, Radmilla is a survivor of domestic violence. Hers is an amazing story.
Public School 22
It’s astonishing how far love can take us. In this video, a love of young people, a love of music, and a love of teaching have blended to create an amazing children’s choir.
Brooklyn Bike Patrol
Jay Ruiz rallied a team of biker volunteers who serve as body guards for women walking home late at night after he learned of a woman who had been attacked while no one came to help.
Inocente Azaucar is a 15-year-old artist who is figuring out how to make her way through the world and deal with the effects of domestic violence and the violence of poverty and homelessness. This documentary is available for viewing for free on MTV. [Warning, Inocente honestly details the violence she and her family have faced.]