Earth Day is celebrated on April 22, and New Day has a great collection of films to help teach about the environment and sustainability. A Drop of Life, by Shalini Kantayya, is the story of two women whose lives intersect when they are both confronted with lack of access to clean drinking water. White Earth, by J. Christian Jensen, tells the tale of an oil boom in America’s Northern Plains, as seen through the eyes of three children.
This April 22 marks the 46th anniversary of Earth Day. In the past half century, a powerful global movement centered on the protection of our environment has arisen. New Day is an active voice in the movement, with films like Catching the Sun, There Once Was an Island: Te Henua e Noho, and Rebels With a Cause. Check out our full collection of films on the Environment and Sustainability here.
Wednesday, April 22 is Earth Day! For your events, check out New Day’s diverse collection of films on the environment and sustainability.
Arab American Heritage Month
April is Arab American Heritage Month. New Day has a wide selection of films that represent the diverse population of Arabs in the US and globally.