This is a four-minute segment from the documentary “Stress, Portrait of a Killer”. It presents an encouraging sign that there may be hope for human society. A troop of baboons, after surviving a tragedy that killed off a large segment of the group, has adapted in a way that reduces stress for the entire troop. Amazingly, the adaptation has survived now for twenty years.
We at San Diego Free Press love watching all kinds of video. Those short visual stories entertain, inform, and agitate in a way completely different from the written word.
Since our platform is about expressing ideas and ideals instead of cash flow, clicks, or fundraising, we have the freedom to include a wide range of topics and formats that might not work elsewhere. We don’t need or want paid content, promotional materials, or story lines designed to please donors.
So the idea here is to present videos one or more of the editors feel speaks to them. Sometimes it will be news. Sometimes it will be history. And a lot of the time it will be culture. You can not and should not separate these things: it is diversity and intersectionality that makes our movement strong.
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