In this archival piece done for Habitat For Humanity, Rob Stoller of Art In Motion shares some meaningful conversation with Habitat resident Jermaine Milhouse.
'Miss Anna" White is an urban warrior. Representing a growing number of grandmothers raising grandchildren, she fights tirelessly for the rights of kids in the Passyunk Homes development, and singlehandedly ousted the known drug dealers from her neighborhood.
This AIM video, shot in Wash. DC around 1990, at the first-ever Pediatric AIDs Awareness Day, features the Rev. Jesse Jackson, delivering a rousing speech which rings truer than ever at this moment in time.
This video, filmed by Rob Stoller at Inglis House, features a duet performed by Stuart, who wrote the poem, and Audra, who put the lyrics to music. Enjoy this beautiful and meaningful collaboration.
Gold-Star Mother Mary MacFarland is the epitome of strength, pride and dignity in this AIM video, produced for Philadelphia Treats For Troops.
Having been wrongly convicted of murder in New Orleans (by DA Harry Connick, Sr.), John Thompson was exonerated on the strength of new DNA evidence, after 18 years on Death Row.