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Can a movie change the world? Pangea Day Wants to Try.

posted by Nell Minow

Pangea Day is an ambitious effort to bring the entire world together in one conversation about connection and unity through the power of film. On May 10, for four hours, people all over the world will gather to share their stories. There will be films, speakers, and live music. Queen Noor of Jordan, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, musician/activist Bob Geldof and Iranian rockers Hypernova will appear. The website has information about how to participate.

Here is an invitation:

Here are two from a remarkably moving series of films showing countries saluting each other by singing their national anthems. France sings America’s:

And Japan sings Turkey’s:



  • jestrfyl

    This could be the start of a new culture and religion – The Pangeans. A little bit of everything, each honored for its distinction, while appreciating the overlaps. A curious possibility here for a global movement.

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