A Bold Peace
A Bold Peace juxtaposes the Costa Rican national policy of demilitarization (since 1948-49) with their investment in education, health, and the environment. Pointed parallels and contrasts are made with recent U.S. debates over the national debt, healthcare, the environment and the escalating cost of U.S. militarism.
Blindsided: How ISIS Shook the World
The origins of the terror group known as Islamic State or ‘ISIS,’ and what they want, are explored by CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, in a one-hour special.
Daughters of Mother India
Traces the grassroots strategies of education and organization against rape in India after Jyoti Singh’s death.
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.
About a horrific gang rape and beating death of a 23 year old female medical student, Jyoti Singh in Delhi, India and what ensues legally and in mass nonviolent protests.
Love & Solidarity
Told with passion and sharp political insight, Love and Solidarity brings to the fore the voices of people on the front lines of social change, most especially James Lawson, who is a decades-long practitioner of nonviolence. It is a must see for students, teachers, and activists to think about the legacy of civil rights activism and to understand the roots of contemporary political organizing.
The Mask You Live In
Boys and young men struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.