End of summer playlist: Cartoons care about racial justice and safe sex too

Breakthrough is ringing out the end of the summer with our oldies but goodies. If you’re not on the beach, barbecuing, or on a blanket at the park, we hope you’re spending it with us!

Check out some of our animations from over the years on immigration and racial justice:

1. Don’t Deport Me, Scotty
See what happens when a permanent member of a popular space crew finds his status is in question. In any galaxy, when we deny due process and human rights to some, we put all of our freedoms at risk.  This animation made it to the big screen — Angelika Theatre in NY and Laemlee Theatres in California!

2. America Rocks
When a family watches the President’s public address, they have a feeling they are going to be racially profiled.  Learn more about immigration and racial profiling on Restore Fairness.

3. Oops, I did it again!
In a quiet bookstore in Mumbai, India two women talk about the AIDS epidemic and safe sex.  It’s hard for one to keep quiet. Safe Sex! (Echo, Echo, Echo… it will make much more sense after you watch.)

August 29, 2011 by crissy spivey
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