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Civil Rights & Social Justice

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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Mountain Top Removal

Throughout southern Appalachia mountaintop removal coal mining is on the rise, blasting and leveling highland forests and streams. The process literally changes the geology of

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Origin of the Dream

Langston Hughes and Martin Luther King, Jr. met at the crossroads of dreams shared and yet unfulfilled. The recent unveiling of the earliest known recording

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Please Ask For It

Holly Springs is evolving, in fits and starts. On some days, the Mississippi town seems just as likely to revert to its segregated past, yet

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Natour’s Grocery

Filmmaker Nadine Natour turns her lens on her parents and her hometown, Appomattox, VA, to capture the story of her parents’ emigration from Palestine to

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Mama Bears

Did you know there are over 4,000 conservative, Christian mothers who accept their LGBTQ children? Connected through private Facebook groups—a lifeline for those struggling to

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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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Alabamaland

Jones Farm is a lush, 688-acre farm situated in the heart of western Alabama. Three generations of black women explore their very different ties to

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