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Resources for keyword: Disasters

A Prayer for Victims and Families of the Turkish Mine Disaster
Frederic Brussat
Prayer for Victims of Turkish mine disaster

A Prayer about Climate Change
Frederic Brussat
A prayer about climate change.

Prayer for the People of the Philippines
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Prayer for the many victims of a devastating typhoon.

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Jonathan Waldman
A rousing look at the battle against rust being waged on many different fronts.

The Resilience Dividend
Judith Rodin
A cogent case for governments, communities, organizations, institutions, and individuals to be resilient in the face of so many dangers.

An excerpt from The Language of Houses
Alison Lurie
Examples of what our buildings tell us about ourselves and our society.

The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism & Community
John Ankele, Anne Macksoud
By far, the best and most inspiring, enlightening, and creative social issue documentary on climate change.

This Changes Everything
Naomi Klein
A cogent and brilliant overview of global warming and its economic and political ramifications.

Surviving Survival
Laurence Gonzales
A timely book on survivors and their quests to return to the land of the living after close encounters with trauma.

The Wind Rises
Hayao Miyazaki
The life, work, and love story of an aviation engineer in Japan prior to World War II directed by Hayao Miyazaki.

An excerpt from Nuclear War and Environmental Catastrophe
Noam Chomsky, Laray Polk
A scathing critique of the United States's role in putting the whole world in danger.

Facing the Wave
Gretel Ehrlich
Survivors of the Tsunami in Japan talking about death, loss, grief, and glimmers of hope on the horizon.

The Impossible
J. A. Bayona
A first-rate drama about a family vacationing in Thailand when the 2004 tsunami hits.

The Dust Bowl
Ken Burns
A four-hour documentary on the Dust Bowl as an ecological disaster and a cautionary tale.

An excerpt from Would You Eat Your Cat?
Jeremy Stangroom
25 conundrums to test your ethical perspective.

Spiritual Lessons from Living in the Dark
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Reflections and lessons learned from Fred and Mary Ann's experience during Hurricane Sandy in New York City, November 2012.

Reuben and the Fire
Merle Good
A delightful children's book providing a glimpse into the Amish community through the adventures of a curious little boy.

Beasts of the Southern Wild
Benh Zeitlin
An extraordinary movie about a fearless six-year-old African-American girl who tutors us in the art of survival; one of the best movies of 2012.

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
Lorene Scafaria
A powerful and poignant waiting for the end-of-the-world film that revolves around the quest of two people to find love as the best shelter against the impending disaster.

Movies about Dystopias
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Movies about dystopias that reflect the fears and excesses of contemporary societies.

Lars von Trier
A mind-blowing end-of-the world drama that challenges us to take stock of our beliefs, feelings, and fears about death.

Praying the News: For Those Suffering in East Africa's Famine
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
A prayer for the 11 million men, women, and children suffering and dying in East Africa due to drought, famine, war and malnutrition-related diseases.

Praying the News: For Drought-Stricken Places
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
A prayer for Texas and other places in the world stricken with drought.


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