Ground Zero Minnesota

Videos

Ground Zero Minnesota has produced some video documentaries available here for viewing or download.


New video released April 8, 2015:

Professor Michael Andregg from the University of St. Thomas takes the fight in his hands. Saving the world is everyones business, but not everyone knows how, or even why the world should be fought for. This 30 minute guide to our survival examines 4 main factors because of which the world is standing on the edge of sustainability.

Released 2/13/08
Rethinking 9/11: Why Truth and Reconciliation are Better Strategies Than Global War
59:45min

The Hague Appeal for Peace: A Story of Youth and Hope, 30 minute documentary, 1999

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The Hague Appeal for Peace:  A Story of Youth and Hope.  30 min.  (1999)

The Hague Appeal for Peace: A Story of Youth and Hope, 30 minute documentary, 1999

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We will add more video content to this page as it becomes available.

Other documentaries to be available here are:

  • Crisis for Democracy:  Corruption in Government.  60 min.   (1992)
  • Community Policing and Moral Courage.  60 min.   (2005)
  • National Security Law and the Constitution.  60 min.  (2005)

 

 



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