Cesar Chavez and the Farmworkers' Movement

Featuring interviews with luminaries such as Dolores Huerta, Maya Angelou, Joan Baez, Carlos Santana, Chavez's relatives, and many others, A Song for Cesar is an essential document of one the the greatest grassroots movements in history, told by those who helped to make it happen.
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The Fight to Protect Indigenous Lands

Our Story - the Indigenous Led Fight to Protect Greater Chaco is a document of, and by, the native communities who call this land home and are fighting to preserve what remains of it. As a coalition of tribal leaders and grassroots organizers struggle to sustain themselves on an extracted landscape, Our Story presents the latest chapter in the centuries-long saga of exploitation of indigenous lands, told from an indigenous perspective.
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Can Wikipedia Be Trusted?

The founders of Wikipedia had a simple but compelling goal: to wrench the collection of knowledge away from centralized sources and democratize access to information, with the hopes of a creating a better informed society. 20 Years later, has their grand project been successful?
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Being Black in small town America

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Connecting to Black History

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