15 Films to Watch to Celebrate Juneteenth

Juneteenth, considered the longest-running African American holiday, honors the official end of slavery in the United States and celebrates liberty and justice. 2022 will mark the first time Juneteenth is observed by all 50 states. In celebration of Juneteenth, WORLD Channel invites you to stream films that champion Black stories, human rights and the continuing fight for equality.

The Cost of Inheritance

THE COST OF INHERITANCE, an America ReFramed special, explores the complex issue of reparations in the U.S. using a thoughtful approach to history, historical injustices, systemic inequities, and critical dialogue on racial conciliation. Through personal narratives, community inquiries, and scholarly insights, it aims to inspire understanding of the scope and rationale of the reparations debate.

Como Vivimos (How We Live)

In California’s Central Valley, hundreds of Latinx youth miss months of school annually, because they live with their families in one of the state’s farmworker housing centers. These subsidized apartments require families to move out each winter and relocate at least 50 miles away before being allowed to return in the spring. These cycles of displacement come at a high cost to families’ futures.

Immigrant Heritage, Pride & Juneteenth: This June on WORLD

This month on WORLD, we spotlight new films and streaming stories that demonstrate the collective power of immigrants in America, people living with pride and uplifting others, and the enduring quest for racial, social and financial equity across our nation, including a new America ReFramed premiere and Pride Month double feature.

My Home Is Here

How do we define "home"? From stories of rural communities striving to be seen to explorations of what it means to feel at home, explore the economic, environmental and social issues that affect ways of life across the nation. From the heartland of America to Native lands, from the unacknowledged to the underserved, who are the people facing critical challenges and changes while fighting for a place to call home?

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