Explore the contemporary, lived experiences of communities of color in the American South and Puerto Rico through the lenses of diverse filmmakers.
Your Vote: America 2021 Special Coverage
Although the 2020 presidential election is in the rearview, the results and the weight of them are squarely at the forefront of 2021. WORLD Channel will explore the issues - healthcare, economy, race, immigration, housing and climate change - all told through the lens of politics and policy, and the narrative of the American people. Follow the conversation with our #YourVote programming.
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Expert panel of BIPOC practitioners gather to discuss what more can be done to address lacking resources and access for BIPOC communities in the mental healthcare industry.
Deborah Payne and David Schalliol discuss how they met and discuss the filming of a local demolition project in the predominantly Black neighborhood of Englewood -- Payne was one of the residents leading the fight against displacement.
Miela Fetaw and Brad Lichtenstein, the joint producers and directors of Metcalfe Park: Black Vote Rising, tells a story of voter suppression in Milwaukee.
Explore the coverage and context of change.
A South Side Chicago community’s five-year fight for respect in the face of displacement.
A mother & daughter organize their Black community to prepare for the 2020 presidential election and its challenges.
Changes in the past decade - and now a pandemic - have added hurdles to voting. Says one advocate: ‘We used to be like the gold standard of voting’
A closer look at the rapidly changing demographic: How and when we got the vote may help us to keep it.
A look at Chinese American electoral organizing in North Carolina and Ohio.
Two opposing political leaders find common ground to heal the divide in America.
When Both Sides Feel Heard, There Is Armistice On The Battleground
Exploring the causes and costs of addiction, poverty and incarceration plaguing America.
On Election Day, voters and candidates require creative thinking, integrity and courage.
Exploring the dramatic decline of once prosperous communities, now “forgotten cities.”
A time capsule of the burgeoning 21st century right-wing movement set during the Obama era.
States of America is a series of documentary shorts that explore the idea of what makes a place a home and its connection to our identity. Featuring a person from each of the 50 states, from New York to Hawaii, States of America highlights how residents develop a sense of belonging and ultimately discover #MyHomeIsHere.
America's healthcare issues through the story of a nurse practitioner and her patients.
Frustrated with lack of progress, Moroni Benally is running for Navajo Nation president.
The unprecedented story of the 2017 New Orleans runoff to elect first female mayor.
An inside look at the high-stakes effort to turn out the Latino vote in the 2020 election.