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Human Zoos

America's Forgotten History of Scientific Racism

This film tells the heartbreaking story of how thousands of indigenous people from all over the world were openly displayed in the United States in the early 20th Century.

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Nests of Gold

Who knew that the secret to longevity was to eat birds nests? Both young and old men in the Philippines risk their lives every day climbing rocks in dark caves to get these nests.

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George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life

George Washington Carver was a man of many talents who loved life. He famously said “when you can do the common things of life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.”

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Iron Hands

This short film tells the story of a 12-year-old girl who wants to make it into the Chinese youth Olympic weight-lifting team.

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Scars

How our Wounds Make Us Who We Are

People who have to live with scars in visible places go through a lot of emotions in public. People stare, some ask, some look away in embarrassment, others pretend they are invisible, and quite a few immediately judge and reject.

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Ethan 2018

Ethan is 13 years old and he is quick to clarify that he has two loves: dogs and politics. He loves to find and feed stray dogs and he also loves basketball and fishing.

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Ice Breakers

Josh Crooks believes he was born to play hockey. As the only Black player in an overwhelmingly White sport, it gets lonely sometimes.

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Quilt Fever

Every year, thousands of quilters travel to Paducah, Kentucky to participate in its annual quilt competition. During that week the small town’s population is doubled and everybody knows it’s because the quilters are in town.

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The United States of Distraction

Fighting The Fake News Invasion

The 21st century has given people more access to information, and although this is generally a good thing, it has also given them access to fake news.

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The Good Fight

The people who live in Complexo do Alemao, a favela in Rio Di Janeiro, know a thing or two about losing loved ones to gun violence.

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Chasing Coral

The ocean is a magical space where time slows down. This almost alien world that draws many in, is teeming with life but is hardly ever explored.

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The Jangmadang Generation

At the end of World War II a new country emerged. The world would come to know it as North Korea.

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Hard to Believe

China is one of the countries with the largest number of organ transplants per year. Although the statistic sounds noble, very little is known about the source of these organs.

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Lowland Kids

The ground that Louisiana sits on is sinking and many of its families now have to relocate. Isle de Jean Charles could disappear within the next few decades.

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Planet of the Humans

We’ve known about the dangers of climate change for six decades. Back when scientists first started warning about it, there was still barely enough time to make changes in the way we treated our natural resources.

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Leon

I am my brother’s keeper. I am my sister’s keeper. I am destined for greatness. On the night of November 11, 2012, Leon was pulled over in a case of mistaken identity.

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Mama Agatha

About 6,000 migrant women learn how to cycle each year in the Netherlands. Cycling is the preferred form of transportation in this country and the laws that protect cyclists are so strict, that most cyclists don’t need to wear helmets.

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A Childhood on Fire

Becoming a father can be a life-changing experience that can make you question your own childhood and either feel appreciation or contempt for the men that were there for it.

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Brain Matters

Why are some children able to thrive and make their dreams come true, while others aren’t? Is it up to fate?

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Mystery Mind Maps

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is covered with thousands of mysterious graffiti. Whoever is making the drawings seems to have been doing it for years and is probably the most prolific street artist ever.

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A Class Divided

In 1968, Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Racism across the United States was rampant. Instead of ignoring the problem that was plaguing the country, one teacher in an all-white Iowa town, Jane Elliot, decided to rise to the challenge and become part of the solution.

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AlphaGo

The ancient Chinese game of Go has long been seen as a challenge to artificial intelligence. It’s intensely contemplative and almost hypnotic.

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Teranga: Life in the Waiting Room

Many young men and women escape the African Continent in the hopes of finding a better life somewhere else. Many of them end up in Italy; oblivious of the fact that racism continues to be an issue in this European country.

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Dominion

From the beginning of this world’s history, humans have had a somewhat cruel dominion over other living creatures. The excuse has always been that animals do not have a soul, but in the words of M.

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