The United States imprisons more people, per capita, than any country in the world - A Sentence Apart follows three families as they cope with the infinite ripple effects of incarceration in the U.S.
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An examination of social and cultural change, and the impact of such change upon individuals
Urban neighborhoods on the brink of change - Who makes the decisions?
Transforming suicidal despair into the will to live
Grassroots activists successfully expose a corporate giant's environmental record
Exposing CIA complicity in Guatemalan human rights violations
A multigenerational look at mothers and work
How art can change the spirit of a place
A town tries desperately to find out what is making their children sick
An inside view of community organizing at its best.
An upbeat practical guide to effective grassroots organizing.
Defines the terrifying chemical waste problems in America.
An immigrant author's quest for the truth
Lessons from the movement to end poverty: the hidden story of poor people organizing in America.
Urban manufacturing and the future of our cities
Women's Rights are Human Rights!
Why Does America Have the Worst Public Transit in the Industrialized World, and the Most Freeways?
A street-level view of public transit woes
A piercing look at censorship and suppression in the news media
Multi-award winner film about the Human face of climate change.
The impact of climate change forces an island community in the Pacific to consider leaving their homeland forever. A decision becoming even more urgent as they face a terrifying f
Arab Americans bring civil liberties to the Supreme Court
From a snowy small town in northern Michigan to the mountains of Afghanistan and back, WHERE SOLDIERS COME FROM follows the four-year journey of childhood friends, forever changed by a faraway war.
Portrait of the enigmatic, visionary artist