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Rated NR · 83 min. · 2009

Documentary

Sprinkled with music from Bob Dylan, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson and Willie Nelson, One Peace at a Time lyrically weaves a tapestry through 20 countries and is as magical as it is informative. Activist Turk Pipkin continues his global journey of knowledge in action with a goal to create a virtual roadmap to a better future by focusing on specific solutions in these troubled times. Join Pipkin as he chronicles the model Indian orphanages of The Miracle Foundation, family planning initiatives with Thailand's Mechai Viravaidya, Ethiopian water projects with A Glimmer of Hope, and Architecture for Humanity's global design challenge for communities in need in the Himalayas, the Amazon and the slums of Nairobi. Be part of the solution - One Peace at a Time. With the insights of Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Peace Prize), Steve Chu (Nobel Prize in Physics and President Obama's Secretary of Energy) and Desmond Tutu (Nobel Peace Prize) with Helene Gayle (CEO of CARE, International) and a special appearance by American legend Willie Nelson.

Official Site: www.montereymedia.com/theatrical/films/one_peace_at_a_time.html
Director: Turk Pipkin
Writer: Turk Pipkin
Producer: Matt Naylor, The Nobelity Project and Christy Ellinger Pipkin
Cast: Caroline Boudreaux, Mechai Viravaidya, Philip Berber, Donna Berber, Sugata Mitra, Helene Gayle, Muhammad Yunus, Cameron Sinclair, Dan Shine and Willie Nelson

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