Through storytelling, we can all find common ground. New this month, Stories from the Stage: The Podcast offers fresh episodes of inspiring stories, while WORLD Channel films showcase the diversity of our world and how connection and empathy move us forward. Watch, listen and learn from films and stories that work to make a difference and find the commonalities we all share.
Zimbabwe is at a crossroads. The new leader of the opposition party, MDC, Nelson Chamisa, is challenging the old guard, ZANU-PF, represented by the acting president, Emmerson Mnangagwa. The 2018 Zimbabwean general election serves as the ultimate test for both the ruling party and for the opposition. How will they interpret democracy in a post-Mugabe era – in discourse and in practice?
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Stream films and features in August on the power of community. Watch stories – highlighting issues of race, acceptance of abilities and more – that inspire inclusion and connection to move us forward.
As we near one year since U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan, stream our four-part Doc World series ‘Afghanistan: The Wounded Land,’ exploring six decades of Afghan history chronicling how the country got to where it is today.
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Hosted by Liz Cheng and Patricia Alvarado Núñez, Stories from the Stage: The Podcast presents the stories and storytellers, at once inspiring and relatable, in a whole new way for fans of the show and new listeners alike. Listen to our collection of short, true stories that take you inside the mind and heart of people from all walks of life with new episodes on Mondays.
Through a series of four films narrated by "The Kite Runner" author Khaled Hosseini, Afghanistan: The Wounded Land creates an opportunity to learn about Afghanistan’s history, understand the struggles of others who are not unlike ourselves, and build a more peaceful and prosperous global future.
Decolonizing Mental Health calls for a redress of ways we define and treat mental health.
A filmmaker and three Chicagoans navigate the complexities of living with mental illness.
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.
Most of us crave a sense of belonging and want nothing but to be accepted.
To commemorate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, an exclusive, digital-first series will turn the lens on AAPI filmmakers: Asian American Stories of Resilience and Beyond features seven short films by both emerging and established creators, all focusing on the theme of resilience.
Engaging and thought-provoking stories about modern life in the African Diaspora.
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.