The Global Oneness Project believes that stories are a powerful way to connect us to our greater human potential. They produce and distribute films, media and educational materials that challenge us to rethink our relationship to the world.
They’ve been traveling the world since 2006 documenting a range of stories including: films on food issues in East Africa, youth gangs in the barrios of Ecuador, an artist who paints with tea, and photo essays about street art in the Bay Area and prayer in New York City.
Through their screening and education programs, they hope to stimulate dialogue, support community engagement and inspire action.
Check out more films on their website, globalonenessproject.org