Fly on the Road: Field Notes from Chattanooga, Tenn.

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Recently, we filmed a group of children who were enthusiastically putting a Confucian philosophy into action at the Philanthropy Camp in Chattanooga, Tenn: “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” This innovative week-long program gives children as young as six years old the opportunity to actively connect with others in their community…

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Brooklyn Community Housing and Services (BCHS) is committed to providing clean and safe housing to formerly homeless men, women, and children in Brooklyn. We spent time with individuals who are receiving assistance from BCHS, and produced a short video about their journeys and the ways in which BCHS has positively impacted their lives. Check out the video and the work…

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Field Report: Hat Luncheon

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  On Wednesday, May 4, the Central Park Conservancy held their 34th annual Frederick Law Olmsted Awards – more fondly known as the Hat Luncheon. Despite the cloudy forecast, attendees came out to the park donning their wildest, quirkiest, and most creative hats and head pieces. Below are a few photographs we captured while filming the event.

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