Worldview Film Contributor Milos Stehlik, of Chicago's Facets Multimedia, is where every film lover would like to be: the Cannes Film Festival. Well, film lovers and celeb watchers‚ as‚ the big names usually make the trek.
A key player from the Worldview team is missing in action from our 500 strong Facebook group, our host Jerome McDonnell continues to resist any social networking online action. In good Facebook fashion, a full-fledged campaign was launched earlier this month to help convince Jerome.
Chicago is home to the only Cambodian genocide memorial outside of Cambodia.‚ I visited the memorial to see how Chicagoans were remembering the Pol Pot era.‚ Hear some of the people I met today on Worldview.
Sibel Deniz Edmonds (pictured at left) is a former FBI translator who says she saw evidence of "criminal activities involving U.S. officials." After she blew the whistle, the government used the "State Secrets Privilege" to silence her in court.
Everyone has probably had an experience where they see something at work that just doesn't seem right. In a situation like this, you generally have three options: keep quiet, quit or speak up and try to right the wrong.