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  • What's Right with the Region! special presentation

    The Higher Education Channel (HEC-TV) has created special presentations of the  What's Right With The Region! awards ceremonies. Hear inspirational stories of individuals and organizations that are working to make a positive impact in the St. Louis region.
     
    You can watch online at hectv.org. Just click or copy and paste the following link http://www.hectv.org/programs/specials/whats-right-with-the-region-awards/
     
  • Youth Leadership St. Louis is on TV!

    See our students in action on television. This year the Youth Leadership St. Louis (YLSL) program partnered with the Higher Education Channel (HEC-TV) to bring our students and the St. Louis community a unique experience. 162 students helped create, shape and film a new program called "The Scope." This is not your typical teen television program. The topics aren't jeans, phones and movies. They're hard-hitting, real-life topics that are affecting the St. Louis region right now. You will hear the next generation of leaders in our community discuss issues that are affecting all of us today.

    Two episodes of the show aired on HEC-TV in April and May 2010 and are available online. Click here or follow the link below to watch! http://www.hectv.org/programs/series/the-scope/
  • FOCUS St. Louis…An Overview

    This video offers a bird’s-eye view of the many programs and initiatives of FOCUS St. Louis. If you want to fully understand the breadth of work accomplished at FOCUS, this video is a great place to start.
    Filmed Spring 2008. Premiered at What’s Right With The Region celebration May 2008. Camera crew and editing courtesy of event media partner KMOV-TV.

  • Reconciliation: The Power to Create Positive Community Change February Workshop
    On the eve of the first free democratic elections in South Africa in 1993, a mob attacked and killed a young humanitarian worker named Amy Biehl based on skin color. Years later, Amy's parents not only participated in gaining amnesty for some of Amy's attackers, they also later hired them to carry on Amy's work. In this video Amy's mother Linda Biehl and two of the men, Ntobeko Peni and Easy Nofemela, discuss their work at the Amy Biehl Foundation and how the St. Louis region might benefit from the spirit of reconciliation.
    Filmed on February 13, 2008 at Saint Louis University courtesy of Harlan Hodge, Imagine Studios.
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