At a time when an endless amount of information is accessible with the click of a mouse, how can the average person learn to separate fact from fiction? And what does this mean for our democracy?
While electricity availability doesn’t guarantee wealth, its absence almost always means poverty. Juice tells the human story of electricity and explains why power equals power.
Almost every sector of activity today depends on computer codes that are protected by patents from which large firms collect income. Can we free ourselves from these codes?
Brooklyn Inshallah follows three Americans: Father Khader El Yateem, an Arab Lutheran pastor running for NYC Council, Muslim activist Linda Sarsour, and local community organizer, Aber Kawas.
Watan explores two of the biggest refugee camps in Jordan - Zaatari and Azraq. Through observation of daily life, Watan builds powerful series of interwoven stories that go beyond the statistics to find the human heart of the refugee crisis.
Sheetal and Saraswoti are both survivors of child trafficking to Indian circuses. They had been rescued and brought back across the border to Nepal, but what does the future hold for these young women returning to a home they barely remember?
What is happening to the 13 million Syrians who have been displaced? What are their hopes, their fears? Lost in Lebanon gives an intimate look at how four Syrians are trying to find ways to overcome the torment of their shattered lives.
Following the deaths of his father and many others from his village, filmmaker Daniel Lambo sets off on a passionate quest to reveal the truth about the deadly asbestos industry.
When King Juan Carlos paid an estimated $60,000 to kill an elephant in Botswana, it caused a major political scandal.
The toxic effects of bias make headlines every day: sexual harassment, racial profiling, the pay gap. As humans, we are biased but can we de-bias our brains?
The United States is the home of free speech. And at the same time, a deeply patriotic country. What happens when these values clash? That is the story of Colin Kaepernick. From football hero to most hated athlete in the nation.
Mosque Attack is a documentary about a Turkish survivor of the New Zealand mosque attack. Temel Atacocugu is an incredible character who was shot nine times on that terrible day but somehow managed to survive - a miracle he puts down to his faith.
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