What can you learn about how it feels to be a refugee in just 90 seconds?
This first-ever look inside the Palestinian police academy brings us the story about a young woman navigating formidable obstacles, learning which rules to break and follow, and disproving the negative predictions from her surroundings and the world at large.
In Centro Havana, Tomás and Luis built a home in their own terms but after 28 years together they don’t seem to fit in the same room anymore.
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An indigenous environmental activist takes on the large businesses that are destroying the Amazon.
The experiences of Kathryn Bolkovac, a police officer from Nebraska, who worked as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia and exposed a U.N. sex scandal that was covered up.
In 2015, the community of Islamberg discovered that a Tennessee minister was plotting the deadliest attack on US soil since 9/11 against their village. Why have Americans heard nothing about him, and why has the safety of their community been ignored?
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A visceral portrait of the protest movement that rose up in Ferguson, Missouri, after the killing of yet another unarmed black man by a white police officer.
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Ten young directors did not part from their cameras for two months. The result was a chronicle of Russia’s winter protests.