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The path to the new world, an unsettling and intricate story of genocides. Conquest, slavery and the fabrication of "Whiteness".
These shows actively challenge norms that contribute to social injustice by ensuring representation and sympathetic portrayals of historically underrepresented groups.
A round-up of some of the most acclaimed and popular documentaries spanning from the American Revolution through the Cold War and Civil Rights struggles of the Twentieth Century.
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 do not expose specific abuses of corporations or governments, but rather challenge the fundamental philosophy and power dynamics at the heart of neoliberal capitalism.
These documentaries bear witness to the enduring cancer of racism in the United States and the heroic men and women who lead the struggle for civil rights and equality.