Here’s the trailer for the Freedom Awards, which premiered last night on Halogen TV. If you missed it, don’t fret! It’s airing again tonight at 8pm ET.
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Take part in Halogen’s online raffle for a chance to win an Abolitionist Prize Pack—featuring goodies from Free the Slaves and other anti-slavery organizations!
This awards show will make you laugh, and cry—and want to change the world.
If you’ve never seen the annual Freedom Awards, you have no idea how inspiring it is to join the growing global movement of people who love freedom. Freedom for all. If you’ve seen previous Freedom Awards—well, this edition will knock your socks off!
2010 Freedom Awards and Freedom Rocks performer—and Ghanaian reggae superstar—Rocky Dawuni has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the category of “Outstanding World Music Album” for his record Hymns for a Rebel Soul.
Rocky rocked the house at the Freedom Awards (no pun intended). So did Jason Mraz—who so kindly called the event a “hip, grassroots Nobel Peace Prize”—Rickie Byars Beckwith, Forrest Whitaker, Vincent Kartheiser, Sir Ken Robinson, read more >
We told you about the Freedom Awards airing on Halogen TV this Saturday. But there is more!
Halogen is giving away Abolitionist Prize Packs to some very lucky people. Enter your name into the online raffle on HalogenTV.com for a chance to win!
One person will get the Grand Prize, valued at almost $3,000 includes a framed photograph of renowned photographer Lisa Kristine. Lisa’s groundbreaking photographs of modern-day slavery around the world were produced in collaboration with Free read more >
We know what we are doing this Saturday: watching the 2010 Freedom Awards on Halogen TV!
Launched in January 2009, Halogen bills itself as the television network for millennials—the first generation to come of age in the new media era. For millennials, online networking is a natural part of their lives. And they are engaged in social causes. Halogen’s programming is geared toward this audience of young people who strive to “be the read more >