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His quest takes him to Alaska, California, Washington, and Norway as he uncovers a worldwide crisis that most people are unaware of. Speaking with oceanographers, marine biologists, climatologists, and artists, Sven discovers that global warming is only half the story of the environmental catastrophe that awaits us. Excess carbon dioxide is dissolving in our oceans, changing sea water chemistry. The more acidic water makes it difficult for tiny creatures at the bottom of the food web to form their shells. The effects could work their way up to the fish 1 billion people depend upon for their source of protein. As Sven keeps a correspondence with the little boy, he mulls over the world that he is leaving for future generations. A disturbing and essential companion piece to An Inconvenient Truth, A Sea Change brings home the indisputable fact that our lifestyle is changing the earth, despite our rhetoric or wishful thinking.

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Richard Russell, a year-old Horizon Air employee, hijacked the seat plane from the maintenance area at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and somehow managed to take off on Friday night. The entire ordeal has now sparked major concerns about gaps in airport security as investigators try to determine how the heist was even able to occur. Scroll down for video Richard Russell, a year-old Horizon Air employee, hijacked the seat plane from the maintenance area at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday night Aviation experts said the incident shows what they have long known:

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How 2 Seattle filmmakers ended up making a documentary about a tiny Texas town

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Film Description. In September of , soldiers at an army base near Boston suddenly began to die. The cause of death was identified as influenza, but it was unlike any strain ever seen.

Continue reading the main story In the s, Ms. Mark made the transition to fashion photography and portraiture, with ad campaigns for clients like Coach, Eileen Fisher and Heineken. At the same time she continued her documentary work , photographing high school proms, autistic children and families in homeless shelters. There are not that many photographers who can do that. She succeeded at both. Photo Beautiful Emine posing, Trabzon, Turkey, This is what I want to do forever. Photo A photograph by Ms.

Mark of the Damm family in Los Angeles in She used a classic documentary approach, usually working in black and white.

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The program supports new works, works-in-progress, or works taken to the next stage. A public reading with panels on selected essays will be offered. Joanne Ardinger Finalize and screen a reproductive justice feature documentary about reproductive justice with post-screening panel talk. A community screening with performances and exhibit will close project.

The film closes with a public screening.

What I got was a documentary spending as much time with the reasons each person decided to build a tiny house and while they did show each home it different stages of construction, there were no real details for how it was done.

The story it tells now is one of restoration. Much in the same way as Boeing mobilized to support World War II, the company has now met the challenge of removing legacy contamination and constructing valuable wildlife habitat on the Lower Duwamish Waterway. Over the last three years, Boeing completed a comprehensive cleanup of the 1-mile span of the waterway next to Plant 2.

From divers to dredge equipment, this effort involved removing , cubic yards of sediment from the waterway and shoreline – enough to fill 4, railcars – and replenishing the waterway bed with clean sand. Excavated sediment was transported by barge to a waterway facility, where it was packaged and loaded onto railcars and transported to a U. Environmental Protection Agency-approved landfill. All of this in-water work happened around-the-clock during construction windows, when juvenile salmon were not migrating.

Collectively, these cleanups reduced Polychlorinated biphenyl PCB risk in the waterway sediment by about 50 percent – halfway to the PCB sediment cleanup goal set by the U. EPA for this Superfund site. EPA has released its final cleanup decision, we are working with others on studies to support the design of a remedy for the rest of the waterway. For example, Boeing constructed multiple state-of-the-art stormwater treatment systems to help improve water quality.

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There, she sold sex to make money to eat and buy clothes and drugs. She became an addict. But, having felt completely alone, she also found her people.

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Enlarge this image A view of the Port of Seattle and the city’s stadium district nearing dusk. On Friday, a trial court judge is scheduled to hear legal challenges to the city’s new income tax on the wealthy. Anna Boiko-Weyrauch for NPR Documentary filmmaker Christopher Rufo doesn’t make enough money to have to pay Seattle’s new high-earners tax, but he still wants to keep Seattle income-tax-free. So much so, he joined around 30 plaintiffs suing the city.

On Friday, a trial court judge is scheduled to hear legal challenges to the city’s new income tax on the wealthy, approved this summer by the Seattle City Council to raise revenue for services in a state that does not have an income tax. Proponents say the tax is needed to address the city’s livability issues, such as affordable housing, homelessness and public transit, which have grown as high-paying tech companies like Amazon have boomed.

The tax is approved but isn’t being collected yet. Rufo does not want Seattle to end up like Youngstown, Ohio, one of the steel industry towns in his upcoming PBS film on economically depressed American cities. His footage of Youngstown, playing on the screen in front of him, shows a backhoe chewing through a white two-story house, reducing it to shards within minutes.

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Choose one of seven classic seminars or interactive workshops for an intellectual deep dive. India as a Case Study S. The director of Stanford Emergency Medicine International shares how India got there, and how this partnership offers hope for the rest of the world. Professor Mahadevan was instrumental in setting up India’s first international paramedic training institute, Nepal’s first Emergency Medical Services system and Cambodia’s first emergency medicine strengthening program.

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Synopsis: A married couple attempt to walk, paddle and ski under their own power from Seattle to the Aleutians along the wild and remote northwest coast of North documentary was filmed with a tiny handheld video camera by the adventurers as they traveled through northern Washington, British Columbia and Alaska.

Here’s what the Mount Center says about its program: These activities result in mutual benefits for both generations. One of the characters from the year explains to a from-the-’70s visitor why the young children in their advanced society are being cared for by the very old: There’s more space at both ends of life. That closeness to birth and death makes makes a common concern with big questions and basic patterns. We think old people, because of their distance from the problems of their own growing up, hold more patience and can be quieter to hear what children want.

And soon the project will be a full-length documentary that you can help fund on Kickstarter. Behind the project is Seattle University adjunct professor Evan Briggs.

Review: A movement claims its name in the documentary ‘Queercore: How To Punk A Revolution’

Welcome to The American Experience. David McCullough, Series Host: Hello and welcome to The American Experience. In Boston the stock market closed. In Pennsylvania a statewide order shut down every place of amusement, every saloon.

A documentary shining a light on the lives of homeless youth in Seattle is experiencing a rebirth. “Streetwise,” an Academy Award-nominated film, painted an in .

While we have not seen all of these films, they have screened at various social work schools and film series and many have won awards for their focuses on social justice and social welfare. Film and media can serve as powerful platforms for the dispersion of ideas and can spark conversations about social and political change. We hope you enjoy a few of these powerful stories and that they spark meaningful conversations about social welfare and justice.

The documentary follows former U. Labor Secretary Robert Reich, who reveals how rapidly income inequality is increasing in America. The documentary is an intense, raw, and sometimes humorous exploration of the human condition and what is important, not only at the end of life, but also throughout it. In the face of tragedy, members of the Temple held peace rallies to foster connection and end violence, while the Oak Creek Police Department sought to improve their relationship with the Sikh community.

The documentary examines themes of violence, racial discrimination, community and healing. To his suprise, unresponsive patients became more engaged and communicative when they listened to the music of their youth.

Stories of Change

Are you caught up on the major nominees? All of these still can be found on Spokane-area screens. Nominated for eight Academy Awards including best picture, directing and cinematography. Two nominations in craft categories.

The same day that Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan promised new tiny house encampments allowing drug and alcohol use, an interesting National Geographic documentary aired.

About the Mayor’s Arts Award finalists Cultural Ambassador Award Finalists Awarded to an individual who has significantly contributed to Seattle’s arts and cultural community and raised the visibility of Seattle’s arts culture. He has also been a dance instructor for more than 35 years, having taught ballet, modern, jazz and Afro- Haitian dance at schools and dance academies in Seattle, Iowa and Mexico.

He frequently contributes his time to help programs that support the development of young urban dancers, and is a supporter of local art and theatre companies whose goals are to serve the underserved community through the arts. Most recently Mitchell directed and choreographed Ballet Bellevue’s Nutcracker; choreographed Seattle Opera’s Porgy and Bess and last summer he choreographed Langston Hughes teen summer musical entitled Roll of Thunder: His signature choreography has been seen in Black Nativity since Diana Adams Diana Adams has cultivated and contributed to the Seattle arts and culture scene for 24 years.

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