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WORLD PEACE is a Local Issue

"WORLD PEACE is a Local Issue" opens with these words: "In a democracy, the most important office is that of the private citizen." Justice Louis Brandeis. The film documents how local efforts can impact national issues.

The story begins in 1983 showing actions, worldwide, toward reining in escalation of the nuclear arms race. In a suburban community, 300 people show up, petitioning their City Council to pass a Nuclear Freeze. Their impassioned pleas overcome Council resistance, resulting in a Freeze Resolution! Highlights include statements from Paul Newman, Senator Edward Kennedy and Senator Ed Markey, who introduced the original Freeze Resolution to Congress.

Today, thirty years later, with the nuclear issue still relevant, we watch Markey re-introduce similar legislation: the SANE Act (Smarter Approach to Nuclear Expenditures).

World War II - A Series Hosted by Robert Kopper

In "World War II, A Series Hosted by Robert Kopper," we get a glimpse of those times by watching interviews of WWII service personnel, examining personal memorabilia and one-of-a-kind photographs, reading letters written home, and listening to stories. The initial episodes feature Night Torpedo Squadron 90 Fighter Pilot Robert Roy III now living in Pembroke, Massachusetts.

WWII Memorial Dedication - Wakefield MA

2. Wakefield MA presented a new and beautiful granite monument and pathway on Veteran's Day, 2011 to commemorate those who fought in WWII. The dedication occured on the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month and speakers at the event include Committee Members, Selectmen, State Representatives Paul Brodeur, Donald Wong, and Katherine Clark, Senator Scott Brown and a heartfelt message from a Veteran. Colorguard, Wakefield Memorial High School Band, and many from the town of Wakefield participated in the event. The U.S. Army showed their supoprt with a cannon salute and grand finale.

Yankee Girl TV

YANKEE GIRL TV is a Reality/Variety show with Host, Michelle Spaziano, a singer/entertainer, actress & TV Show Host, originally from New York living in Music City Nashville, TN chasing her dreams. The show includes Michelle, original host of "PowerBlock" on Spike TV, doing a number of fun exciting things from adventures, auditions, celebrity/local interviews to comical spoofs. The show's catch is a "Yankee Girl" living in the South chasing her dreams with a comedic tone. A show the whole family can watch!!

Yeah Live!

Yeah Live! has been on the air since 2009.
Yeah Live! is produced by Yeah Live! productions and airs weekly on Berkeley Community Media in Berkeley, California.

Yeah Live! features complete sets of original music performed by emerging indie bands in all genres of music. Host interviews the bands before they perform. It is produced as a 30 minute show and actual length is from 26:30 minutes to 28 minutes 30 seconds. Go to YeahLive.com for more information, upcoming artists and pictures.

Director and Producer: Syaft Iadge

Yellow Dot Initiative

The “Yellow Dot” initiative is the first of its kind in the state of Maine. It is designed to assist citizens and first responders in the event of an automobile crash or medical emergency involving the participant’s vehicle. The program can help save lives during the critical “golden hour” by improving communication at a time when the accident victims may be unable to communicate for themselves.

Cumberland County is the first location for roll out, with state wide deployment anticipated. Drivers of all ages are encouraged to enroll. Further information available at www.yellowdotme.org .

Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse Productions

The YS Kids Playhouse is a theater by and for youth in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Founded by John Fleming in 1995, it annually commissions an original musical from regional and nationally known playwrights. Over the years YSKP has interfaced over 1500 youth with artistic mentors - especially in the fields of media, music and visual arts. The YSKP is dedicated to creating theater that addresses issues of identity, technology, creativity and conflict resolution for youth. The YSKP mission embraces the belief that original theater inherently supports the development of successful adults.

Please visit the YS Kids Playhouse at www.yskp.org