How COVID Interrupted Education

When schools closed their doors at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, parents everywhere had to quickly become educators on top of their regular duties. Education, Interrupted looks at this widespread phenomenon through the experiences of Tyra Johnson, a single mother raising three children in one of the poorest zip codes in the United States.
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Does Guaranteed Basic Income Work?

A group of Mayors, led by former Stockton, CA mayor Michael Tubbs, have banded together to form Mayors for a Guaranteed Income. Together they have launched GBI pilot programs that see their constituents receiving monthly cash payments with no strings attached.
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Exposing the Benzodiazepine Injury Epidemic

Benzodiazepines, aka benzos, have become widely prescribed to treat ailments well beyond their approved uses, which can often result in serious injury.
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Addressing the Black Maternal Health Epidemic

Black people in America are 3-5 times more likely to die from complications resulting from pregnancy than their white peers. Birthing Justice explores how this vast disparity came to be, looking at the history of institutionalized medical racism, taking a broad survey of the various issues that contribute to the crises as it exists today, and speaking with professionals and activists whoa re providing solutions and creating much needed change.
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Documentaries for celebrating Pride Month

With open attempts to roll back strides gained by the LGBTQ+ community, this year's Pride Month feels like the most significant of recent memory. Video Project is proud to offer these films that share experiences, answer questions, and recognize diversity among our communities.
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