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Student and volunteer productions bring you programs you won't find anywhere else. Student productions will be contributing more fascinating topics and content for your enjoyment. One From the Heart invites students to cover topics and people that make a difference. From Rolling Thunder to the passion of Dr John Hartig these individuals followed their heart and passion and changed the world. You can too.
Interesting Stories, Interviews and Documentaries by Category
Hopi and Human Rights - the international petition for Indigenous
Ecology basic perspectives & context
Biodiversity and Extinction:
J Curves, Energy and Population Context - Based on Prof. Harry O. Walker's work.
Fish Hatchery Secrets and Facts
Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery breeds millions of fish for the Great Lakes.
Wildlife Rescue & Refuge Building
North America's Greatest Ecological Recovery Story -
Detroit River's International Wildlife Refuge
War & Peace
4 Star Admiral Pete Galantin:
Key person in the military industrial complex.
Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant
Yesterday and Today: the cover up and more.
Audio - Interview with activist arrested for laying on the Rail Road tracks as civil disobedience to block weapons trains.
Book: Friend of the Court Enemy of the Family - Valuable insights into the Family Court operations. Author Carol Rhodes
- Child Support & Custody
Friend of the Court Enemy of the People:
Kent Wilcox - Civil Rights & Child Custody -
Stephan Baskerville - Civil Rights, Children and Family Court.
Video - The New Politics of Sex: commentary
Michigan Rep. Jim Runestad Canton Townhall:
The Largest Medicaid fraud case in Michigan history.
Profiteering off trafficking children and child abuse.
2 Videos: Brief and Full Report
Lansing, Michigan: On the steps of the capital 2006.
Program introduction was written by Kent S. Wilcox.
A Day with Cherokee Medicine Man Rolling Thunder. Humanitarian, healer and he has a valuable message for you. Part one of three.
Grandma Twylah Nitsch. Seneca Wolf Clan Historian. A woman with great compassion. Hear the wolf clan stories and about Seneca society.
The Greatest Under-covered Environmental Ecology Story in U.S History! Detroit River's International Wildlife Refuge. Dr. John Hartig.
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