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Frontline, Season 40, Episode 6, American Reckoning
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directed by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996; produced by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996, Frontline Films, 371 Productions and Retro Report, in Frontline, Season 40, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 1 hour 25 mins
An unsolved 1960s murder reveals an untold story of the civil rights movement and Black resistance. With Retro Report, the film draws on rarely seen footage filmed more than 50 years ago in Natchez, MS, and follows one family's search for justice.
directed by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996; produced by Yoruba Richen, 1972- and Brad Lichtenstein, fl. 1996, Frontline Films, 371 Productions and Retro Report, in Frontline, Season 40, Episode 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 1 hour 25 mins
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Minneapolis Activist on Police Reform in the US
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(Bloomberg, 2022), 5 mins
Lawyer and activist Nekima Levy Armstrong discusses what Amir Locke's killing says about the state of police reform in Minneapolis and the US.
(Bloomberg, 2022), 5 mins
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CNN Specials, Afraid: Fear in America's Communities of Color
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presented by Amara Sohn-Walker, 1981-, Anderson Cooper, 1967-, Ana Cabrera and Victor Blackwell; produced by Cable News Network (CNN), in CNN Specials (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2021), 52 mins
Anderson Cooper, Victor Blackwell, Ana Cabrera and Amara Walker lead a candid conversation focused on hate and brutal crimes in our country and what steps can be taken to unify us.
presented by Amara Sohn-Walker, 1981-, Anderson Cooper, 1967-, Ana Cabrera and Victor Blackwell; produced by Cable News Network (CNN), in CNN Specials (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2021), 52 mins
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Crash Course Sociology, Crime
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in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 10 mins
We've talked about deviance more broadly, but today we're focusing on crime, specifically in the US. We'll start with legal definitions of crime and use FBI data to get an idea of the amount and kinds of crime committed in the US. We'll also use that date to paint a demographic picture of who gets arrested, and ex...
in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 10 mins
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The Devil's Advocate
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directed by Hilke Schellmann, fl. 2009-2013 and Habiba Nosheen, fl. 2009-2013; produced by Amar Lohana, Habiba Nosheen, fl. 2009-2013 and Hilke Schellmann, fl. 2009-2013, H2H Films Inc. (Israel-Palestine: Film Platform, 2020), 1 hour 14 mins
Emmy-Award winning filmmakers follow controversial defence lawyers who represent high profile men accused of terrorism; the Shoe Bomber Richard Reid charged with trying to kill 197 people aboard American Airlines flight, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, charged with conspiring with Osama bin Laden to kill Americans, and a Gu...
directed by Hilke Schellmann, fl. 2009-2013 and Habiba Nosheen, fl. 2009-2013; produced by Amar Lohana, Habiba Nosheen, fl. 2009-2013 and Hilke Schellmann, fl. 2009-2013, H2H Films Inc. (Israel-Palestine: Film Platform, 2020), 1 hour 14 mins
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PBS NewsHour, Racial Protests Mean Africa Takes Another Look At The U.S. - And Itself
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service, in PBS NewsHour (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, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 6 mins
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POV, 11, Unapologetic
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directed by Ashley O'Shay; produced by Morgan Elise Johnson and Ashley O'Shay, Kartemquin Films and Ford Foundation JustFilms, in POV, 11 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 1 hour 26 mins
Meet Janaé and Bella, two fierce abolitionists whose upbringing and experiences shape their activism and views on Black liberation. Through their lens, Unapologetic provides an inside look into the ongoing movement work that transformed Chicago, from the police murder of Rekia Boyd to the election of mayor Lori L...
directed by Ashley O'Shay; produced by Morgan Elise Johnson and Ashley O'Shay, Kartemquin Films and Ford Foundation JustFilms, in POV, 11 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 1 hour 26 mins
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A Broken Trust
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directed by Carrie Cochran and Maren Machles; produced by Suzette Brewer, Angela M. Hill, Carrie Cochran and Maren Machles, Newsy (New York, NY: Bowery Media, 2019), 48 mins
A harrowing deep dive into the racial group most likely to be raped in the U.S. - American Indian and Alaska Native women. A Newsy investigation uncovers how race, politics and the law have prevented these survivors from finding justice.
directed by Carrie Cochran and Maren Machles; produced by Suzette Brewer, Angela M. Hill, Carrie Cochran and Maren Machles, Newsy (New York, NY: Bowery Media, 2019), 48 mins
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Chasing Yehoshua
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directed by Shay Fogelman, fl. 2019; produced by Assaf Amir, fl. 1992 (Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, Tel-Aviv District: Cinephil, 2019), 1 hour 21 mins
Yehoshua Elizur is a settler who lives in the West Bank. Accused of killing a Palestinian, he failed to show up on the day of his verdict, and hasn’t been seen for seven years. Since then, journalist Shay Fogelman of Israel’s Ha’aretz newspaper has been circling the world and chasing every clue in his hunt f...
directed by Shay Fogelman, fl. 2019; produced by Assaf Amir, fl. 1992 (Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, Tel-Aviv District: Cinephil, 2019), 1 hour 21 mins
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Women's Leadership Online Summit: Leading Change at Work and Beyond, Because She's Powerful: The Political Isolation and Resistance of Women with Incarcerated Loved Ones
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interview by Rinku Sen, fl. 2003, in Women's Leadership Online Summit: Leading Change at Work and Beyond (Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2019), 1 hour

Talk: Because She's Powerful: The Political Isolation and Resistance of Women with Incarcerated Loved Ones

Gina Clayton-Johnson, Founder and Executive Director, Essie Justice Group, talks about her work and touches on her family history.

interview by Rinku Sen, fl. 2003, in Women's Leadership Online Summit: Leading Change at Work and Beyond (Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2019), 1 hour
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