Polio: The Switch

CREATING MEDIA ON THE FRONTLINE OF CHANGE

This is a reprint of the story TMT News published in its magazine after it recognized CMM as Best Global Informative Short Film Producer ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Chocolate […]

WHY CMM’S WORK IS CONSIDERED A GLOBAL LEADER

  Modern media may have made communications ubiquitous but the process is nowhere yet near seamless. Imagine a Sierra Leone villager who speaks only Krio trying […]

Animation’s Social-Justice Potential Is Just Beginning

Since animation first became a commercial medium in 1892, it has taken on more personalities than almost any other cultural medium, and its potential is growing. […]

More Than Three Thousand Ways To Make The World A Better Place

    “Ah sori mama, sampa metcha gif pein,” is “I’m sorry mama for causing you this much pain” in Krio, the national language of Sierra […]

CARLETON UNIVERSITY CONVOCATION SPEECH

The following is the video and text of the convocation speech delivered by Firdaus Kharas after receiving an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Carleton University […]

When Going Tribal Actually Works

Rebekah L Fraser tries to connect with people she feels are trying to help the world move onto a more-progressive path. She calls them her tribe. […]

Social Change Needs Visuals Now More Than Ever

  Some issues don’t communicate well with only words to define them. Try explaining the horror of an Ebola epidemic with a simple list of symptoms. […]

Animation Rises In The Arabic World

By Mike Levin Animation is pretty easy to understand. It is pictures of things that tell stories. It doesn’t have much need for metaphor or allegory […]