Ann Misaki Singer

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Ann Misaki Singer Reel
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The ASYV Family: the Story of Allelua
Allelua Niyokwizwera, a recent graduate of Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village (Class of 2018), talks about how ASYV has impacted her life.
Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village is a living and learning community that works to empower vulnerable youth in Rwanda through education, healthcare, healing and love.
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Hillary's Victory
New York, Nov. 8, 2016 -- Supporters gathered at what became know as Hillary Clinton's "block party" outside her election night venue, the Jacob K Javits Convention Center. The stage hosted a number of speakers including Mayor Bill de Blasio, Senator Charles Schumer, Melissa Mark-Viverito, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Katy Perry, Eric Garner's mother Gwen Carr, and Khizr Khan, the father of a decorated U.S. soldier killed in Iraq. A large monitor live streamed polling results.
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Dissonance
"I am human and I need to be loved just like everybody else does." --"How Soon Is Now" The Smiths may be on to something here. Dissonance is a story of the tricky intricacies of relationships and love (between self, one another, objects, concepts).
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Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village Presents: Village Time
Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village is a living and learning community that works to empower vulnerable youth in Rwanda through education, healthcare, healing and love. 
This video introduces Village Time - a live, weekly show for students to share their talents and ideas to all the other students and staff. Performances include singing, dancing, modeling, news productions, video projects, plays, among others.
Video in collaboration with Ann Singer, Peter Lee, and the students of ASYV.
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Welcome to Chinatown
A stroll through Boston's Chinatown.
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MIT OEOP E2 Underwater Robotics
High school seniors from across the country participated in a one-week residential science and engineering enrichment program at MIT, hosted by the Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP). One of the course options was Underwater Robotics, in which students design, build, and test their own underwater robots. The final project of the course was to build robots in teams to compete in a quidditch tournament. 

OEOP is a nonprofit sector of MIT's Office of Engineering that works to diversify the science and engineering community by serving students from underrepresented and underserved backgrounds to come to campus and participate in various programs, free of charge, empowering these students to develop the skills and confidence needed to pursue careers in technical fields. 
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Skippy's Saturday
Skippy White's Records is a record, video and cassette shop that's been around since 1961, hopping from location to location all around Boston and America. Here's a slice of Skippy's life.
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Angela Bello Cakes
Welcome to Angela Bello's kitchen: A day in the life of a family-run cake and appetizer business in Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts.
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Fathers' Uplift
Fathers’ Uplift's programs and therapeutic interventions support fathers who were previously incarcerated in overcoming barriers so they can be positively and sustainably engaged in their children’s lives.
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