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Friday Nite Videos -- July 23, 2010

1 Countdown to Zero -- Movie Trailer
2 Fox News' Impact on Race Relations
3 Rove-Linked Group Uses Secret Donors to Fund Attacks
4 16 Cosmetics Deaths a Day

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Countdown to Zero Trailer

Countdown to Zero reveals the truth behind an issue on
which human survival itself hangs - the very real
possibility of nuclear disaster. From the producers of
An Inconvenient Truth, Countdown is a chilling wake up
call about the urgency of the nuclear threat.

Getting this film into theaters across the country is
critical to building real momentum for a world without
nuclear weapons. And if we can sell out opening weekend
in each of the cities where the film is released, we'll
do just that and build the Global Zero movement from
coast to coast.

http://www.globalzero.org/en/film
2:30

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Fox News' Impact on Race Relations

Rachel Maddow defends her opinion that "Fox News
manufactured the outrage" over ACORN and Shirley
Sherrod, and that the network continues to create
"bogus stories" to make white Americans fear Black
Americans.

July 22, 2010
4:23

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Rove-Linked Group Uses Secret Donors to Fund Attacks

A new political operation conceived by Republican
operatives Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie formed a spinoff
group last month that - thanks in part to its ability
to promise donors anonymity - has brought in more money
in its first month than the parent organization has
raised since it started in March.

http://www.politico.com/singletitlevideo.html?bcpid=19407224001&bctid=194036151001
July 20, 2010
2:02

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16 Cosmetics Deaths a Day

Under current federal regulations, cosmetics
manufacturers can use unlimited amounts of virtually
any ingredient in salon and professional use products,
including chemicals linked to cancer, reproductive and
developmental harm, hormone disruption and other
adverse health impacts. Workers can and should be
better protected from exposure to toxic chemicals in
their workplaces.

http://16deathsperday.com/?akid=1174.979878.ZT0Knd&rd
10:13

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