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Entries in shining hope for communities (1)

Friday
Mar022012

3 Stumbles

Josh Hayward/Shining Hope for Communities

1. Beautifully filmed advocacy video, but did the narrative compel you to learn more about the organization? Personally, I would have appreciated subtitles...
2. Three psychological triggers that can move your audience from indifference to desire.
3. New legislation would make filming farm animals a crime. Really, Utah? Really??

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