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Civil Rights & Social Justice

Childless by Choice

Childless by Choice: Love, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness explores the motivations and decision-making processes of couples who have chosen or are considering a

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Slice

Black men refusing to drown in a pool of low life expectancy; Slice explores how Rico and his homeboys from Memphis deal with the complexities

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UNMARKED

Much of America’s rich history is being lost to time. In the South, vast amounts of African-American grave sites and burial grounds for enslaved persons

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One River, One Boat

One River, One Boat examines a two-year campaign by the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM), initiated in response to the shootings of Walter Scott and

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Superminority

Fed up with the Republican Party’s crippling control of politics in North Carolina, a group of first-time, female, Democratic candidates for the North Carolina House

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So Help You God

In 1997, a family of Jehovah’s Witnesses was gunned down by a group of teens near a highway rest stop outside Knoxville, Tennessee. Appalachian-born filmmaker

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Mossville

There once was a town called Mossville; a community rich in natural resources and history, founded by former slaves and free people of color, where

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Raising Bertie

Bertie County, North Carolina is like many rural counties struggling economically due to the closures of manufacturing plants. Bertie’s second largest employer, Wrangler, closed in

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Pelada

Four soccer-playing filmmakers abandon jobs, renew passports, trade novels for Lonely Planets, and travel the world in search of pick-up games: impromptu scenes that arise

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Pinball

Pinball paints a portrait of contemporary immigrant suburbia in Louisville through Yosef, a 19-year old Iraqi-American boy. He is at a crossroads in his adolescence

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