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The Center for Investigative Reporting presents a documentary series about women taking control, power, and chances
Nat Bates for Mayor tells the story of the outrageous 2014 mayor’s race in Richmond, CA, home to the second largest refinery in California. In a brazen move, Chevron spent more than $3 million to back 83-year-old African American stalwart Nat Bates.
Teach Us All is aimed at providing equal access to quality education for all students.
It's Criminal highlights the economic and social inequities that divide the United States and offers a vision of how separated communities can learn to speak to each other.
Who is the foreigner and who decides such things? Such are the questions posed by Toni Morrison and expanded upon by her and several other artists.
Zero Weeks is the first film about America's paid leave crisis
Kids Can Save the Planet is about Dylan D'Haeze and a simple question he had - What happens when we throw plastic away? The more he learned, the more he realized how big the problem is.
Sickies Making Films delves into the tangled history of film censorship in the US
The Bullish Farmer shows one former Wall Street Banker turned farmer's struggle against Big Ag's practices
Explores the damage that plastic straws have wrought on the environment
The Short Films of Elisabeth Lo seek to highlight American societies' overlooked communities as they navigate the increasing states of inequality.
Look under the hood of humanity along with Jeff Bridges and an array of scientists and profound thinkers


+ Dive Into Human Nature with Jeff Bridges
Posted by Ashley on 10/25/2018
+ Painting with a One in a Billion Genetic Disorder
Posted by Ashley on 10/2/2018
+ New Documentary on Toni Morrison's Life and Work
Posted by Ashley on 9/6/2018

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