How Freddie Gray Changed the World

In 2015, Freddie Gray died while in Baltimore Police custody. The events and lack of accountability surrounding Gray's death sparked a city-wide movement, which would come to lay a blueprint for the global protests seen in 2020.
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Resisting Compulsory Hijab in Iran featuring Masih Alinejad

Masih Alinejad is one of leading figures challenging the regime of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Her broadcasts and social media posts reach millions of Iranians and help spur protests and activism throughout the country.
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School Life - An Idyllic Education

For nearly 50 years, married couple Amanda and John Leyden have been standing at the front of classrooms at Ireland's Headfort School. The school's approach to education is one that centers on collaboration with students, allowing them to help guide the parameters of their own learning.
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What are therapeutic boarding schools?

Every year up to 100,000 students in the U.S. will spend time in a so-called "therapeutic boarding school," sometimes also referred to as "troubled teen facilities." In adulthood, a former student experiences a post-traumatic episode and decides to make a film investigating her experience at one of these schools in order to come to terms with the way it impacted her life and those of her classmates.
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Lead's Continuing Impact on Our Communities

In 1922 every member country of The League of Nations signed a ban on lead-based paint, except one: The United States.
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