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October 10, 2020

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Charlie Chaplin: Let Us Free The World

The persecution of any minority is inhuman and unnatural. That belief is timeless and beyond change.

– Charlie Chaplin –

Charlie Chaplin: Let Us Free The World

Some call it the greatest speech ever made. This remix puts Charlie Chaplin’s climactic address from “The Great Dictator” (1940) into present-day context, showing how the spirit of liberty, brotherhood, and equality that defeated fascism seven decades ago must be urgently reclaimed. { read more }

Be The Change

Try this thought experiment: if, like Charlie Chaplin in “The Great Dictator”, you had the opportunity to “speak truth to power”, to whom would you address your words and what would you say?

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