Films for Teaching Peace
Faces of the Enemy follows social psychologist Sam Keen as he unmasks how individuals and nations dehumanize to justify the inhumanity of war.
An 18-year-old boy joins 92 squadron of Her Majesty’s Air Force.
For centuries, the United States government has taken Native American children away from their tribes, devastating parents and denying children their traditions, culture, and identity. First Light documents these practices from the 1800s to today, and tells the story of an unprecedented experiment in truth-telling and healing for Wabanaki people and child welfare workers in Maine.
Palestinian nonviolent struggles in the town of Bi’lin. Shot entirely by Palestinians.
The story of America as seen through the eyes of the former Secretary of Defense under President John F. Kennedy and President Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara.
Four Egyptian women have the same goals–human dignity and social justice–but each adopts an approach radically different from the others.
Frontline investigates the miscalculations and mistakes behind the brutal rise of ISIS. Correspondent Martin Smith reports from Iraq on how the country began coming undone after the American withdrawal and what it means for the U.S. to be fighting there again.
A chronicle of five New England young people who travel through Guatemala and Nicaragua to show how a cooperative foot game can be used to make cross-cultural bridges.