|Your Red Cross in Action |
Your Red Cross in Action is produced by the Disaster Services Department of the Massachusetts Bay Chapter of the American Red Cross as part of our Community Disaster Education program.
Each episode is a half-an-hour in length and utilizes an interview format. A Red Cross representative facilitates a dialogue with a guest who is an expert in the subject matter of the episode topic.
In the past we've covered issues including fire safety, Emergency Medical Services in Boston, juvenile fire setting, Massachusetts 911, and emergency preparedness for seniors. Each interview segment is broken up by informational videos produced professionally by our national office.
|Youth for Human Rights PSAs and Show |
Every person is entitled to certain rights - simply by the fact that they are a human being. They are "rights" because they are things you are allowed to be, to do or to have. These rights are there for your protection against people who might want to harm or hurt you. They are also there to help us get along with each other and live in peace.
Many people know something about their rights. They know they have a right to be paid for the work they do and they have a right to vote. But there exist many other rights.
When human rights are not well known by people, abuses such as discrimination, intolerance, injustice, oppression and slavery can arise.
Born out of the atrocities and enormous loss of life during World War II, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was created by the United Nations to provide a common understanding of what everyone's rights are. It forms the basis for a world built on freedom, justice and peace.
|Zombie Etiquette |
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Zombie Etiquette is hosted by a group of high functioning zombies. It is sketch comedy with great interviews and musical guests. We discuss a variety of topics ranging from independent films to fast cars. Our guests include video artists, musicians, and other humanish types. An informed brain is a tastier brain. That being said, we do our best to keep you up to date with both technology and culture.
|Zombie Hunters - City of the Dead |
"Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead" follows the lives of a group of friends trying to survive the uprising of the Living Dead in NYC, confronting the monsters themselves while the government denies the truth, and the apathetic populace tries to ignore the problem (until it's too late). The show is less about the Zombies themselves, but how people in this world react to the crisis, and how they ultimately turn on one another. It's important to note that this series' initial broadcast marks it as the first Zombie-based TV series ever to be broadcast, and pre-dates AMC's "The Walking Dead" by three years. It is only now being recognized as the precursor to the series model of this type of survival-horror show.
"Zombie Hunters" has won numerous horror awards, and the cast and crew regularly appear at conventions in the Northeast. The series is 100% independently produced, with no major studio or network backing at all. Reviewers regularly refer to it as "the best-produced public-access show in NYC history".
Main site: www.zombiehuntershow.com