What makes a movement? How can we come together to make the world a more humane place? In ACTIVATE, a tennis serve is juxtaposed with the powerful voice of Holocaust survivor Maria Wida, who contemplates the interconnected nature of the human body and social change. This micro-film for change is a production of The Righteous Conversations Project, a collaboration of Holocaust survivors and teens, founded in Los Angeles 2011, in partnership with Harvard-Westlake School.
Age Category: 18 and Under