Jim Van Hill is a relentless advocate for children’s rights in the state capital of California. He takes on the corruption of the pharmaceutical and psychiatric industries and their operation to expand the psychiatric drugging of children.
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“Out of all the foster care youth, 22% of them are prescribed psychiatric drugs.”
Witness one man’s fight against Big Pharma to protect foster youth.
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Amidst the pandemic, the demand for streaming and television content has surged. Yet, at a time when uplifting content became more necessary than ever, it has become harder than ever for Independent filmmakers to gain access to worldwide audiences.