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What better way to get a sense of our work, and hear first-hand from the people who are affected by our programming, than through the medium of video. You can also find a listing of our videos on our YouTube channel.

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  • Videos
    Thu, 15 Jan 2015
    VideoBronxNet: Uniform Justice

    Chuck Obasi, writer of Uniform Justice, featured on the show OPEN aired on BronxNet Television 67 and Verizon Fios Channel 33 on January 14, 2015.

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    Tue, 8 Jul 2014
    VideoInsight Questions: A look into TE'As Foundational...

    In this video, we have chosen to present moments from our last  Insight Design Lab where we focused on the Insight questions themselves and the theory behind asking these specific types of questions -- foundational to our approach to creating Insight theatre.

  • Videos
    Mon, 23 Jun 2014
    VideoThere’s Something about America: A Video...

    This video takes you inside a TE'A Insight Design Lab (IDL) where TE'A artists carry out Insight conversations that are part of the process of discovering and developing the themes, issues, characters and story lines of their new work, There’s Something About America, formerly known as the America Project.

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    Thu, 5 Jun 2014
    VideoAmerican Friends of Pakistan

    With the natural beauty of the peoples and culture of Pakistan as the backdrop, UPIC delegates share their thoughts about the need to dispel the fears and misconceptions Americans have of Pakistan and to continue efforts to build relations between our two countries. 

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    Mon, 12 May 2014
    VideoFinding Solutions for Misconceptions

    Riaz Siddiqi, is Chairman of the Board of the American Pakistan Foundation, and Founder and Managing Partner of Denham Capital Management LLP, reflecting on his role as a US Delegate with Intersections International’s US/Pakistan Interreligious Consortium’s (UPIC) trip to Pakistan.

  • Videos
    Tue, 6 May 2014
    VideoUniform Justice - Short Documentary Promo

    Uniform Justice is a new original play created from a collaboration between TE'A at Intersections International, the Retaliatory Violence Insight Project (RVIP) at George Mason University, the Memphis Mayor's Innovation Team's "Gun Down" initiative, and the Hattiloo Theatre Company.
     

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    Mon, 21 Apr 2014
    VideoTE'A Presents Cadence: Home

    Cadence: Home tells the story of four veterans from the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan who struggle with their civilian friends and family to reestablish their relationships, cope with their pasts, and readjust to their worlds.  After a series of workshop performances, Cadence: Home premiered at the Metro-Baptist Church in New York City in Fall 2012, then was produced at the Straz Center for Performing Arts in Tampa, Fla. In Fall 2013.

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    Thu, 27 Mar 2014
    VideoFinding Common Ground

    Rabbi Reuven Firestone a Professor of Medieval Judaism and Islam at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles, CA, discusses his recent trip to Islamabad, Pakistan, as part of Intersections International’s, UPIC's US Delegation. Reflecting on what he describes as a true partnership between the US and Pakistan, he explores UPIC’s efforts to find overlapping and like-minded concerns and to work through them for the betterment of each community.

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    Thu, 27 Mar 2014
    VideoBuilding Bridges

    Rabbi Amy Joy Small, Director of Deborah’s Palm Center for Jewish Learning and Experiences in Morristown, NJ, speaks of the importance of US/Pakistan Interreligious Consortium’s (UPIC) meaningful inter religious work, and discusses how our Pakistani partners, with their wide-open hearts and desire for change are the agents who can spread the need for change and help to build the bridges to accomplish it.

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    Thu, 27 Mar 2014
    VideoUPIC: Working to Close the Gaps that Separate US

    Rev. Robert Chase, Founding Director of Intersections International, welcomes the UPIC Delegation to Pakistan by sharing his experience on the perception gap that exists between Americans and Pakistanis and how he has seen these impressions evolve over time and continents. He addresses the need to close this gap, and also, why he believes UPIC’s interfaith work and dialogue will help to address the issue.

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