Michael Ramsdell - Conflict Minerals
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Michael Ramsdell - Conflict Minerals

Allendale, Michigan, United States

Allendale, Michigan, United States
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“The Anatomy of Hate: Dialogue to Hope” is a documentary that takes the audience on a journey of sorts into the depths of hate, but returns everyone to a place where good conversation can begin and then continue for days and weeks after. Producer/Director Mike Ramsdell is an amazing facilitator who speaks with passion and experience on a topic that others are afraid to broach. I highly recommend this program for universities and colleges to host as a community event.” - Greg Miraglia, Dean of Criminal Justice

“A film that challenges, informs, and inspires. An invaluable tool or anyone who believes that the path to peace is through a deeper understanding of our common humanity.” - Michael Bochenek

“This is a film that will seriously connect with people, in a way that makes us look at ourselves in a new light….I couldn’t get it out of my head..” - -David Gordon Green





Mike Ramsdell was born and raised in Flint, Michigan.

“Stories are how we understand the world – action is how we change it.” Mike Ramsdell, filmmaker, entrepreneur, and social activist believes in nothing more strongly than he believes in this idea. This is why, armed with a camera – and his unwavering faith in the better angles of mankind, Mike travels to some of the most war-torn regions of the world, bringing back stories that engage, inform, and inspire people to ACT. His award-winning film, THE ANATOMY OF HATE: A DIALOGUE TO HOPE, has toured over 100 university campuses, catalyzing social dialogue and diversity around some of todays most difficult topics. His second film, WHEN ELEPHANTS FIGHT, brings the story of how our consumption of electronic devices is helping to fuel the worst human atrocity on planet earth since WWII in the Democratic Republic of Congo – and more importantly what we as consumers and constituents can do about it. Mike’s films have been distributed in over 13 countries and Mike has been interviewed on such news outlets as CNN, FOX, and NPR. If you want to change the world, Mike wants to talk with you.