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Civil Rights & Social Justice

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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Spies of Mississippi

Spring of 1964 and the civil rights community is gearing up for a major operation nicknamed Mississippi Freedom Summer. Hundreds, if not thousands, of mostly-white

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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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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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You’re Muslim?

YOU’RE MUSLIM? is about Najma’s upbringing, identity, and community. This story will be told from an honest, raw and reflective space. Archival footage will visualize

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Satana Deberry

Black officials in cities with significant black populations face a unique task. They are elected by everyone, to protect everyone, knowing all too well that

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Mending Walls

In Richmond, VA public art is one of the city’s biggest assets in the downtown area. As a city with one of the largest collections

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The Beautiful Project

Through images and interviews black women image makers and educators, families and friends, link arms to tell a true story— around the world, compelled by

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The Case Against 8

This documentary is a behind-the-scenes look at the key players and events involved in Perry v. Schwarzenegger, the case that became the first federal marriage

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