Friday, August 24, 2007

The Paper Clip Project

Combine a tiny, rural town in Tennessee, ordinary people, a middle school, the Holocaust, and a paperclip and -- extraordinary things happen!

Last night we watched the most moving documentary film I've ever seen. The film Paper Clips has truly changed the way that I now look at the world. It's an unbelievably inspiring and touching story about a group of people who learn about the evils of indifference and intolerance as well as the dignity of humanity starting with a simple paper clip. Their project takes on a life of its own. Here's the trailer. It's rated G. Put it in your Netflix queue today and buy some Kleenex.

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