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Education & Educational Equity
17 AND LIFE DOESN'T WAIT
a candid view of life through the eyes of three teen girls
A LONG MARCH
Filipino American WWII veterans whose service was erased by the U.S. Government fight for their rights and recognition
A TALE OF THREE CHINATOWNS
The history, evolution and challenges faced by Chinatowns in three American cities
ALL THAT I AM
The story of an extraordinarily courageous young woman on a path to recovery
ANOTHER WORD FOR LEARNING
WHEN AISHA DECIDES TO QUIT SCHOOL, HER MOTHER, TROUBLED BY HER OWN COLONIAL EDUCATION, SEES THIS AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THEM BOTH TO RECONNECT WITH THEIR KWAKWAKA'WAKW CULTURE.
ASK THE SEXPERT
A longtime sex advice columnist gains popularity against the backdrop of a ban on comprehensive sex education in schools in India
CALIFORNIA STATE OF MIND
The Legacy of Pat Brown
A single mother’s fight for child care for all
CONFESSIONS OF A SOCIAL BULLY
Twenty-year-old Natasha bravely reflects on her past as a middle school bully
While preparing to stage the musical Frozen, Chinatown kids discover their own cultural identities
DALYA'S OTHER COUNTRY
A Syrian teen attempts to balance her new life in L.A. while maintaining her Islamic traditions
EVOLUTION OF A CRIMINAL
One Black man's journey from straight-A student to bank robber — and back
TWO CHINESE MILLENNIAL WOMEN MUST SAVE AN ANCIENT SECRET TREASURE FROM FALLING INTO THE WRONG HANDS, BUT DON’T EXPECT IT WILL SAVE THEM TOO.
HUNGRY TO LEARN
THE HIGHEST COST OF COLLEGE MIGHT BE YOUR HEALTH
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ON THE DIVIDE
The story of three Latinx people in McAllen, Texas connected by the last abortion clinic on the U.S./Mexico border
Three seniors at Brooklyn high schools are determined to get their entire class to college
Two teens pursue college dreams while growing up in the unstable world of foster care
RAISE YOUR VOICE
These aren’t just kids practicing their first amendment rights, they are living them
Carrying the weight of motherhood, trauma, and incarceration, two women find healing and hope through sisterhood, service, and education
RIVER CITY DRUMBEAT
GENERATIONS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MENTORS EMPOWER YOUTH THROUGH ANCESTRAL ART & CULTURE
SERENADE FOR HAITI
A classical music school in the heart of Port-au-Prince becomes a refuge of hope
SPEAKING IN TONGUES
Amidst the rise of “English-only” initiatives, four diverse American students in language immersion schools open their minds to new ways of thinking
THE AMERICAN DREAM AND OTHER FAIRY TALES
Abigail Disney looks at the Disney family legacy and asks why the American Dream has worked for the wealthy, yet is a nightmare for people born with less
THE BAD KIDS
An extraordinary principal’s journey to help her students realize their potential
the first high school of its kind in the United States that provides incarcerated adults the opportunity to earn a high school diploma
THE DILEMMA OF DESIRE
WHAT IF WOMEN’S PLEASURE WAS AS IMPORTANT AS MEN’S? EXPLORING “CLITERACY” IN THE FIGHT FOR GENDER EQUALITY.
THE LIGHT IN HER EYES
A woman is a school. Teach her and you teach a generation.
THE NEW BAUHAUS
An odyssey through the life and legacy of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, the innovative artist and educator whose pioneering approach to integrating technology into design continues to influence and inspire.
People call them "Dropouts." They tell a different story.
THE S WORD
A suicide attempt survivor is on a mission to find fellow survivors
They are undocumented. They are unapologetic. They are THE UNAFRAID.
22-year-old Noel Anaya investigates why the foster care system never found him a “forever family”
UPROOTED - THE JOURNEY OF JAZZ DANCE
Celebrating the African roots, history, lineage and future progressions of jazz dance through a social and political lens
Determined to turn tragedy into action, survivors of a school shooting catalyze an unprecedented youth movement that spreads like wildfire across the world
Mothers and daughters fighting for indigenous rights in the American Indian Movement
WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE NOW?
Six Stories. Seventeen Years. The Spiritual Journeys of American Millennials.
WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE?
The religious lives of American teenagers
YOUTH V GOV
21 young Americans are suing the government to protect their constitutional rights to a stable climate. If they win, they will change the future.
Diverse middle schoolers compete in a NASA tournament to code surveying satellites that will orbit Mars
Education & Educational Equity documentaries from GOOD DOCS