Beyond Right and WrongCredit: Lekha Singh
Azim KhamisaBy: Monica Olson
founded the Tariq Khamisa Foundation to encourage forgiveness.
Immaculee IlibagizaBy: Molly from Spokane
Immaculee Ilibagiza demonstrates the power of forgiveness.
Desmond TutuBy: Wendy Jewell from The MY HERO Project
worked to end apartheid in South Africa and encourages forgiveness.
Nelson Rolihlahla MandelaBy: Jared from San Diego
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela
dedicated his life to abolishing apartheid and establishing a democracy in South Africa.
Louis ZamperiniBy: Annika from Eden Prairie
Louis Zamperini was a WW2 prisoner of war survivor who forgave his tormentor and inspires others to forgive.
Amy BiehlBy: Stephanie Cole
gave her life to ending apartheid in South Africa.
Mahatma GandhiBy: Elisa from Villeurbanne, France
"Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will."
Mattie StepanekBy: Jim Hawkins
is a hero to people of all ages around the world.
Kathy EldonBy: Wendy Jewell
inspired by her son, works for peace and tolerance.
Dr. Jeni StepanekBy: Slater Jewell-Kemker
Dr. Jeni Stepanek
is interviewed by MY HERO's Slater Jewell-Kemker.
Kiki VoBy: Rebecca Miller
suffered terrible burns and experienced bullying in school but has accomplished so much and forgiven so many.
Lyndon Harris: People Making a DifferenceBy: Marilyn Jones<br>Contributor of The Christian Science Monitor<br> <h5>Permission to use this material<br> was granted by <a href="http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0727/p07s01-lign.html"target="blank">The Christian Science Monitor</a>. </h5>
Lyndon Harris: People Making a Difference
founded The Gardens of Forgiveness Project.
Anne FrankBy: Emma from Greytown, New Zealand
"Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart." ~ Anne Frank
John WallachBy: Susannah Abbey
helps young people learn to make friends of enemies.
Marianne WilliamsonBy: Wendy Jewell from The MY HERO Project
is the founder of the Department of Peace Campaign.
In aftermath of Ebola, Sierra Leone finds forgiveness is a powerful resource
Permission to use this material was granted by The Christian Science Monitor.
My Father, Ronald ReaganBy: Ron Reagan, Jr.
My Father, Ronald Reagan
talks about his father's examples and those of the Tibetan Monks and Nelson Mandela
Martin Luther King, Jr.By: Robert Shetterly
Anne FrankBy: Anna Sponer
Heart of the WorldBy: Anna Chromy
Mattie and MicahBy: Karen Derrico
ForgivenessBy: Josh & Slater
Azim Khamisa: The Tool of ForgivenessProducer: The Institute for Advancing Unity/The Working Group
A grieving father overcomes tragedy by creating something beautiful in his son's name.
The BridgeProducer: Jeton Neziraj
A lovely animated tale of a special bridge. Kosovo
Law of LoveProducer: Rahul Brown
In 2007, children from Pakistan and India wrote letters to each other for peace.
Love Hate Love [Trailer]Producer: Dana Nachman and Don Hardy
Finding a way to move on in the wake of stunning violence.
Kiki Vo Producer: The Working Group
Kiki Vo is an extraordinary Sacramento student who, through her perserverence, strong character, and ability to Forgive, has been able to celebrate life, finding happiness and success
The Tool of Forgiveness shown in Senegalese Classroom [High-Resolution]Producer: Cheikh Seck
Senegalese students offer their opinions on Azim Khamisa's short film, "The Tool of Forgiveness".