As 3-year-old Emilio is ready to start school, his family has to fight so their son can be taught alongside classmates without disabilities.
'Daughter of a Lost Bird' documents Kendra Potter on her journey to discover her Native identity, having been adopted into a white family as a baby.
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Mustafa and his wife Salwa are from two Palestinian West Bank villages only 200 meters apart but split by Israel’s separation wall.
In a Midwestern state caught between the opioid epidemic and rising incarceration of women, three mothers prepare to re-join their families.
'A Once and Future Peace' asks - how much is our society willing to invest to truly change the trajectory of our communities for the better?
Abandoned farmers in the coca-growing region of Colombia are forced to organize and fight for a living while in a continued state of war.
'In The Same Breath' explores the parallel campaigns of misinformation waged by Chinese and American leadership since the beginning of the pandemic.
A painful confrontation with history opens up old family wounds as 21-year-old Yaar asks: what does the Holocaust have to do with me?
A unique portrait of a group of Western women who made world headlines after leaving their homes in the US and Europe as teenagers to join ISIS.
'Unapologetic' introduces us to two fierce activist leaders seeking justice for the deaths of two Black Chicagoans at the hands of the police.