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The Double Burden
What is it like to grow up in a family where mothers have always worked outside the home?
The new Barbie Nation Collector's Edition DVD plumbs the cult of the Barbie doll, revealing attitudes about sexuality, body image, gender roles and creativity. Starring Barbie creator Ruth Handler.
A Hmong refugee family resettles in the United States: Culture shock, prejudice and gradual adaptation.
Daddy and Papa
A story of gay fathers in America
What happens when a poor, working-class town decides its best hope for survival is contemporary art? A personal and family story about MASS MoCA, America's largest museum of contemporary art.
The epic tale of 286 Chinese immigrants on a freighter that ran aground off New York in 1993. With immigration dominating political debate, the fate of the Golden Venture passengers is more relevant than ever.
Holding Ground: The Rebirth of Dudley Street
Holding Ground is at once a cautionary tale of urban policies gone wrong and a message of hope for all American cities.
Home Economics: A Documentary of Suburbia
As mortgage market "meltdowns" and the environmental crisis bespeak its wider consequences, HOME ECONOMICS bursts the bubble of the American Dream of homeownership and reveals the deep human costs of suburbanization and automobilization.
Homeless in Paradise
The intimate profile of four homeless people.
The ground- breaking documentary that has inspired thousands of schools to pro-actively address anti-gay prejudice by by incorporating age-appropriate lessons into K-12 curricula.
It's Still Elementary
Ten years after the original "It's Elementary" the filmmakers investigate the impact on the original students who were filmed learning about LGBT people. A riveting story about the impact of documentary film and activism.
Let's Get Real
An in-depth look at name-calling and bullying in middle schools today, told entirely from a youth perspective.
Letters from the Other Side
Post-NAFTA immigration stories from the Mexican women left behind.
No Dumb Questions
Uncle Bill is becoming a woman in this funny and touching exploration of gender and sexuality through the eyes of 6, 9 and 11 year old sisters.
Power and Control
"Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America" is a comprehensive and timely exploration of the shocking persistence of domestic violence in our society.
Straightlaced - How Gender's Got Us All Tied Up
With a fearless look at a highly charged subject, Straightlaced unearths how popular pressures around gender and sexuality are confining American teens.
That's a Family!
A poignant, funny, and crucial documentary in which children were asked what they would like other kids to know about their diverse family structures.
The Last Atomic Bomb
Age ten and hiding in a Nagasaki shelter near ground zero when the bomb dropped, Sakue Shimohira survived to wage a personal campaign — joined by student activists — to abolish all nuclear weapons.
The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Penta
In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg, a high-level Pentagon official and Vietnam War strategist, concludes that the war is based on decades of lies and leaks 7,000 pages of top secret documents to The New York Times, making headlines around the world.
A pioneering Japanese American community perseveres.
A vivid history of women organizing in the 1930's
View from a grain of sand
Three Afghan women tell how international interventions, war, and the rise of political Islam has stripped Afghan women of rights and freedom over the last 30 years.