From the Americans Who Tell the Truth portrait series
MY HERO Project seeks unique works of art by professional and student artists that celebrate the lives and courageous acts of heroes who work to promote change by positively affecting others and their communities. Completed artwork should reflect thoughtful ideas to show how the selected hero demonstrates heroic action and creates positive social change.
You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through...
The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women Enter the 2020 MY Hero Songwriting Contest! Deadline: Oct 1st.
Raspberries Produced by Morgan Davidsen Two boys hopes are realized by the kindness of a lady.
Large (40 MB) - 7 Minutes
Iqra - Read (A Prayer for the Girls of Afghanistan and Pakistan) Produced by Fauzia Minallah This film promotes the education of the girl child in Afghanistan and Pakistan through Mural Art.
VIEW (30 MB) - 4 Minutes
Dorme Produced by Sylvia Binsfeld A welcome relief to a busy fast-paced life - a dream of transformation and unrestricted imagination.
Large (30 MB) - 6 Minutes
Commit to our Earth Produced by The Dream Team Fifth graders commit to helping the environment.
Large (23.3 MB) - 3 Minutes
SPEAK Produced by Nathan Kress A middle school-er wanted to know "What would you say to the world?"
Large (30 MB) - 5 Minutes
Capootnutz Produced by Nicholas LaBarbera Max is remembered for his joyful spirit, love of fun, and awesome positive attitude in life.
Large (21.8 MB) - 3:02 Minutes
Saviors of the Sea Produced by Jack Pillsbury Kirestin Sedlick tells LBHS students all about the Pacific Marine Mammal Center.
Large (26.4MB) - 3:38 Minutes
Imagine Peace Produced by Mali Bickley & The Dreamteam A collection of art and prose from children of the world who imagine peace.
Large (30 MB) - 4 Minutes
HOME is where you find it (Excerpt) Produced by Director - Alcides Soares / Producer - Neal Baer A sixteen year old AIDS orphan directs a documentary about finding a new family in Maputo, Mozambique. Watch
Watch the Intro to the Dan Eldon Activist Award