Scholarslip

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Determined to speak up about America’s crumbling higher education system, three students at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism rallied the voices of an indebted generation. The trio of aspiring journalists—Alex Lancial, Tara Molina and Jake Stein— produced a documentary entitled “Scholarslip”. The 26-minute production examines the student debt crisis in the United States and delves into issues local to Arizona. Illustrated through the voices of student debtors as well as university and government policymakers, “Scholarslip” explores five critical issues: increasing costs of tuition; deteriorating quality of higher education; diminishing value of a college degree in the job market; student dependence on state and federal financial assistance; and the effects on personal lives and aspirations. Lancial, Molina and Stein entered and documented the lives of three university students, each experiencing different personal and financial struggles yet sharing a common desire to pursue a college degree. Also featured are testimonies from John Kavanaugh, a representative in the Arizona legislature; Kent Hopkins, the Vice Provost of Enrollment at Arizona State University; and Natalia Abrams, a co-founder of Student Debt Crisis and Occupy Colleges. “Scholarslip” presents a generation under siege, challenging a seemingly out-of-control system that is sending millions into interminable debt.
 

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Leaked: The Internet Must Go – The Corporate Plan to Take Over the Internet

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From the filmmaker, John Wooley: In 2012, I was dispatched to help the big ISPs to figure out how to sell their vision for a “faster,” “cleaner” internet. Six months later I produced this report — and leaked it to the world. Learn more and take action: www.theinternetmustgo.com

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  • clytemnestra

    Now you know why SNOWDEN has been pushed so hard by the international world media (world govts in it together). He has not revealed anything really new. James Bamford wrote on this stuff long ago, as well as Wayne Madsen and others.

    Assange, Snowden are limited hangouts created and promoted by the NWO itself as distraction. If Snowden talks about Israel’s role in 911, and the US’s false flag against NYC that day? Then we should listen. As for Assange? He called Truthers “annoying” and petty annoyances.

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  • Kenzer

    At 1:40 in the video, the ISP promo show swastikas covering america as the internet pipeline. Enjoy

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  • Faustus

    States that want more control? Oh, how shocking!
    This isn’t anything different from the witch doctors of ten thousand years ago. This “NWO” buzzword/fad irratates me… It seems it’s only keeping people from examining the old world, the current world. Will the coming world be any different? Globalization doesn’t change rulership into something other than rulership. Well how about a world without rulership, would that warrant a “New World”…?

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