X
isabella.bu
Member since:
April 29, 2010
Number of visitors
53399
Videos watched
439798

 

Our networks

See how the power of play can bring water to the world.
Views: 8052



Embed:


 

Videos (50)
 
 
YouthNoise challenge you to Beat Gasoline. This video shows why alternative transportation is the way to go. You can get in the mix at www.beatgasoline.com.
 
04:57
Added: 353 weeks, 6 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 6986
 

See how the power of play can bring water to the world.
 
04:55
Added: 353 weeks, 6 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 8052
 

YSF works with students at Green Dot Public Schools exploring personal narrative through storytelling.
 
04:17
Added: 353 weeks, 6 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 8027
 

 	
The average African woman walks 4 miles for water and has to carry around 20 litres. So how far could a group of City workers carry half that amount?
 
02:28
Added: 353 weeks, 7 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 9264
 

walk for water, walk for life. The average african woman walks up to 4 miles a day to collect 20 litres of water. Walk to make water more accessible.
 
00:38
Added: 353 weeks, 7 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 8838
 

 "Saving  face can't make you safe. Talk about  HIV" is the Banyan Tree Project's 2010  campaign. The Banyan Tree Project is a  national campaign to end the silence
 
00:30
Added: 353 weeks, 7 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 7897
 

youth who believe the cure is knowledge. Part 1
 
03:33
Added: 353 weeks, 8 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 7330
 

As the debut artist on Justin Timberlake's label Tennman Records, Matt Morris launches his album with a performance at The Mint in Los Angeles. Matt Morris meets with Causecast for an exclusive interview about his efforts to spread awareness about the current state of Haiti and the importance of the world coming together to help others. For more weekly interviews with artists, visit http://causecast.org/music
 
04:10
Added: 353 weeks, 8 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 8678
 

In the past ten years, Afghanistan has made enormous progress. Schools have reopened and young people stream into classrooms. Together with the International Rescue Committee, Afghanistan continues to work hard to remove barriers to learning, resolved to improve opportunities for its children to fulfill their potential. Learn more at http://www.theirc.org/kiterunner
 
03:25
Added: 353 weeks, 9 hours
From: isabella.bu
Views: 8502
 


Page: < 1 2 3 4 5 6 >