Cambodia, Cambodian Music

NY Times Review: In ‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten,’ Cambodia’s Lost Generation of Pop Stars

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“Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten,” a moving and informative documentary by John Pirozzi, takes its name from a hit song of the 1960s. The title may not ring a bell among Western audiences, though the tune itself might carry a sonic reminder of that era. Like almost all the music heard in the film, it was a product of the vibrant pop music scene that flourished in Cambodia during the ill-fated reign of Prince Norodom Sihanouk.

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Girl Rising curriculum is now live !

Good Monday Y’all! So excited to share that the full free Girl Rising curriculum is now live on the site! Now you can bring all the wonderful girls to your campus or your classroom.

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The message of Girl Rising has played to packed movie theaters, corporate boardrooms and political arenas worldwide. Now you can bring it to your campus or your classroom.

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LEAD 2015 Celebrate World Leadership Day March 31-April 1

Very amazing to be involved with LEAD 2015 Celebrate World Leadership Day March 31-April 1! The Keynote address will be given by Prez Bill Clinton, and other speakers includeErin Gruwell, Founder of the Freedom Writers Foundation, 10 year-old Vivienne Harr, Founder of Make A Stand, who launched one lemonade stand into a global movement to combat child slavery, and Keith Mitchell, NFL player turned yoga instructor, suffered a debilitating injury, turned to yoga and meditation to help him physically and emotionally recover. Oh, and me. Very cool.