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An in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation's history of racial inequality.
Some of these sobering documentaries, like The Kalief Browder Story and 13th, expose the systemic racism in the US criminal justice system while others provide a glimpse of what life inside a prison is like for the inmates.
These dramas, mini-series, and documentaries explore African-American history in the United States, including classics like Eyes on the Prize and Roots to recent shows like Underground.
These documentaries explore and question the power of governments to shape our world.
These documentaries re-examine the trials of suspects charged with heinous crimes, question the verdicts, and in some case lead to the exoneration of the accused
Heartbreaking movies and series that document the systemic racism embedded in the criminal justice system and many police forces, and its devastating impact on Black men and women.