Muslim and Jewish Women Building Bridges

Amidst a rising tide of Islamophobia and antisemitism, two women from religions often thought to be pitted against one another came together to start regular meetings of members of their communities.

Stranger/Sister documents the rise and rapid expansion of The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, as this concept takes off and new chapters open in cities and communities across the country, each comprised of and co-led by women of both faiths.
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Decolonizing Media Practice in Africa

Stop Filming Us but Listen asks viewers to rethink long-held concepts about media representation and consider the marked differences it makes when people and communities are given space to tell their owns stories.
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Young People Taking Control of Democracy

People 29 and younger represent the largest generation of eligible voters in U.S. history, yet in 2016 just 39% of them cast a ballot in the presidential election. The Young Vote seeks to understand and address the myriad reasons for perpetual low youth voter turnout.
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Uncovering Suppressed Footage of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Atomic Cover-Up is the first documentary to explore the 1945 bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from the unique perspective of the camera crews who risked their lives filming in the irradiated aftermath.
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Can Climate Action Happen Through the Courts?

Duty of Care tells the inside story of Roger Cox, the first and only lawyer to have successfully sued both a government and an oil giant in landmark court cases that established climate inaction can be made illegal.
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