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Great Big Story, The Oracle of San Quentin
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produced by Great Big Story, in Great Big Story (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2018), 4 mins
Curtis Carroll is simply known as “Wall Street” by his fellow inmates at San Quentin State Prison because of his winning reputation for picking and trading stocks. Currently serving a 54-to-life sentence, Carroll founded the prison’s financial literacy program as a way to better equip and empower inmates. Fo...
produced by Great Big Story, in Great Big Story (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2018), 4 mins
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How to protect yourself from hackers
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produced by Cable News Network (CNN) (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2018), 2 mins
CNN's Samuel Burke walks you through the steps you can take to protect yourself from being hacked.
produced by Cable News Network (CNN) (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2018), 2 mins
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Great Big Story, The Bard Behind Bars
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produced by Great Big Story, in Great Big Story (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2017), 4 mins
William Shakespeare's words have long had the power of speaking to our human condition, helping us face truths both personal and universal. Now, the old bard's prose is finding new life behind the bars of California's Solano State Prison. Inmates in the prison’s Shakespeare company are using theatre to break dow...
produced by Great Big Story, in Great Big Story (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2017), 4 mins
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PBS NewsHour, How Response To George Floyd’s Death Reflects ‘Accumulated Grievance’ Of Black America
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Amna Nawaz, 1979-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 6 mins
In the days since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, there have been peaceful protests, violent clashes and persistent calls for justice. But there is a long history behind this particular shocking event. Professor Eddie S. Glaude Jr. is chair of the department of African American Studies at...
produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Amna Nawaz, 1979-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 6 mins
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PBS NewsHour, Two Views On The Future Of American Policing
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Judy Woodruff, 1946-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 10 mins
As we have seen in Minneapolis, whose city council says it will defund the police, the move to reform law enforcement is gaining steam. Some activists want to abolish police departments entirely, while others aim to reallocate some of their funding to other services. Judy Woodruff talks to Charlene Carruthers of t...
produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Judy Woodruff, 1946-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 10 mins
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Racial Protests Mean Africa Takes Another Look At The U.S. - And Itself
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 6 mins
Protests over the killing of George Floyd have struck a global chord. Across the African continent, they have sparked not only demonstrations, but also a new examination of the roles of race, colonialism and exploitation through the centuries. The reputation of the United States as a safe and desirable place to vi...
produced by Public Broadcasting Service (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 6 mins
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Exclusive: Is Facebook doing enough to stop election meddling?
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produced by Cable News Network (CNN); interview by Donie O'Sullivan, fl. 2013 (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2018), 4 mins
In an exclusive on-camera interview with CNN, Facebook Head of Cybersecurity Policy Nathaniel Gleicher tells Donie O'Sullivan how the tech giant is trying to solve its troll problem and avoid a repeat of 2016.
produced by Cable News Network (CNN); interview by Donie O'Sullivan, fl. 2013 (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2018), 4 mins
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PBS NewsHour, How Chanel Miller took her story back after her rapist’s lenient sentence left her feeling ‘invisible’
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produced by NewsHour Productions; interview by Amna Nawaz, 1979-, in PBS NewsHour (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2019), 9 mins
For years, she was known to the world as "Emily Doe," the survivor of a sexual assault that garnered national attention in part because her attacker served only three months in prison, a sentence that sparked outrage. This week, Chanel Miller is stepping into the spotlight with a new memoir, "Know My Name." Miller...
produced by NewsHour Productions; interview by Amna Nawaz, 1979-, in PBS NewsHour (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2019), 9 mins
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