Films and Videos

You can order videos of the presentations from NSP Conferences from Conference Recording Services

Check out the presentations from the 25th anniversary (March 2011):
NSP Conference on Spiritual Activism:
NSP June 2010 Wash DC Conference:
NSP Feb 2010 SF Conference:
Tikkun Community Founding Conference:

And if you have questions about finding a particular speech you can email the Conference Recording Services at

A thought-provoking film or video is a great way to catalyze conversation about what really matters.  Here are some to check out:

  • Fierce Light – about spiritual progressive activism.  Got very good reviews.
  • The Corporation – a documentary that follows the idea that a corporation is a person by psychologically analyzing what kind of person a corporation is – a sociopath!  It’s funny and very insightful.
  • Earth 2100 – This is a powerful look at where we are headed over the next 90 years if we keep going in the same direction.  It follows the life of a girl who turns 96 in 2100 – interspersed with scientific projections told like news.  Life changing.
  • Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai – a truly inspirational woman, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. This is the story of her tree-planting movement that ultimately converted even the army (for a time.)
  • What’s the Matter with Kansas? – A film based on T. Frank’s bestseller, shows how Kansas transformed from an outpost of radicalism to a bastion of hard-core conservatism. Unforgettable characters and their stories shed new light on our nation’s political divide.  This fall the film makers are encouraging showings around the country:
  • Also, you can order any of the speeches from the NSP conferences.

Don’t be Realistic

The Global Marshall Plan

Homeland Security: Generosity vs. Domination

Healing Israel and Palestine

Rabbi Lerner at J Street Convention in 2011

Rabbi Michael Lerner at J Street 2011 interviewed by Byron DeLear from Euphrates Institute on Vimeo.

Other Videos from the Archives

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