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This non-political documentary series focuses on how the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have affected veterans and their families. Filmed at Brave New Studio, this online show has brought much needed awareness to issues like "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," PTSD, military sexual trauma, and unemployment among vets returning home from combat. Watch at InTheirBoots.com
This live online video show recorded at Brave New Studio aired weekly, featuring bloggers in conversation with politicians, activists, and celebrities. Together, they provided unconventional political opinion and insightful analysis of currents events that was streamed live across the Internet on various blogs and news sites, including The Huffington Post, Think Progress, Alternet, and Brave New Films. The show was also available On-Demand on MeetTheBloggers.org, and elsewhere. In addition to its web distribution, Meet The Bloggers was televised on FreeSpeechTV. Watch at MeetTheBloggers.org
This Brave Nation was a unique video collaboration between The Nation, America's oldest weekly magazine, and Brave New Foundation, one of the country's newest multi-media producers. This six-part series created s a “living history” for the progressive movement, featuring conversations with the most intelligent, passionate, feisty, and creative voices of the last 70 years. Watch at BraveNation.com
Because the country needed to hear experts discuss the critical issues surrounding the war in Afghanistan, Brave New Foundation held a series of debates between The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel and Center for American Progress' Lawrence Korb. These two experts debated troop escalation, Pakistani instability, and the comparisons between Afghanistan and Vietnam as part of the Rethink Afghanistan campaign. Watch at
RethinkAfghanistan.com