At times, it may be difficult to believe, but one person can change the world. In November, WORLD features new documentaries showcasing the tremendous work individuals do to contribute to the greater good, reaffirming how real change begins at home. From Native American Heritage Month to the 2022 midterm elections, watch films that explore how small developments can have big impact around the world.
Raising the bar calls for a promise to improve and keep that word. When setting a higher standard for yourself, the effect ripples to others. Samantha helps her dance students feel less pressure; Vernon discovers the reason why men want to do better by women; and Haley finds compassion for those who spoil her day. Three storytellers, three interpretations of RAISING THE BAR, hosted by Wes Hazard.
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As voters across the country turn out for the 2022 midterm elections, explore youth in politics with new film Kid Candidate on 11/3 and special We the Young People: Moments of Truth on 11/7. Find more in our Your Vote Collection.
Watch more streaming programming in our November Viewer’s Guide.
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WORLD Channel presents films rich with voices from the Indigenous community. With the leadership of our partner Vision Maker Media, we invite you to listen and learn from these Native storytellers.
On Nov. 9, the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that directly challenged the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978. This month, during Native American Heritage Month, watch films that tell of the long-standing effects of U.S. policy and non-Native adoption, and what healing and cultural reconciliation mean to these communities.
Indigenous leaders protecting our natural resources in the face of the climate crisis.
Standing up for justice means meeting opposition but courage can help justice prevail.
A 24-year-old artist & musician in Amarillo, TX makes an unorthodox run for city council.
Your vote counts every year. Change begins within every city and town across the nation and radiates upward. WORLD Channel explores theses issues – healthcare, economy, race, immigration, housing, climate change and more – told through the lens of politics and policy and the narrative of the American people.
Climate journalists report on stories of struggle and resilience around the world.
How have Asian American communities left their mark on American culture? Presented by the Center for Asian American Media and NOVAC, The Sauce Fellowship is a new series of five short films by emerging Asian American filmmakers exploring the ways in which Asian American history, traditions and values have blended with and contributed to the diversity of the American South.
Brings to life compelling stories illuminating the contours of our ever-changing country.
DOC WORLD brings international documentaries from around the globe to a US audience.
Local, USA features fascinating stories of diverse people, curated around a single theme.
Sharing extraordinary tales of what it means to be human.