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2022 | 65 min | S | documentary

Young poet Laura Eklund Nhaga is seeking meaningful ways to influence the surrounding world. She explores various forms of activism, understanding that each of them can be effective in its own way. Eklund Nhaga moves effortlessly from the steps of the Parliament House to British university poetry nights and to the Capitol. The documentary by Greenlit Productions examines some of the biggest questions of the present moment, such as global change, the rise of populism on social media, and grassroots movements. The film is audio-described. (Source: Yle Areena)

Note: Not available in DVD or Blu-ray format.

About the movie


  • social studies


  • activism
  • domestic
  • environmental education
  • identity and growing
  • informational
  • thought awakening

Educational levels

  • high schools and vocational schools
  • middle schools


  • documentary


  • based on true events

Age limits

  • S


  • Greenlit Productions