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- ¡Palante, Siempre Palante! The Young Lords
The story of the Young Lords Party, who organized in Latino communities in the 60s and 70s in New York City. 13th The United States incarcerates more people than any other developed nation, and most of those are Black and Brown people. This movie gives context for why.
The United States incarcerates more people than any other developed nation, and most of those are Black and Brown people. This movie gives context for why.
- Amend: The Fight For America
Focuses on the fight for equal rights as guaranteed by the 14th Amendment. Many Americans do not know about the fight for the 14th Amendment and its importance in guaranteeing equal rights, including access and services for people of color.
- American Outreach
Recounts the story of two Shoshone women who fought the US federal government for their land rights. Land rights are an integral part of Indigenous sovereignty, and a source of ongoing contention with the US Government.
- American Revolutionary: Grace Lee Boggs
Biography of Chinese American political activist and philosopher Grace Lee Boggs and her activism in support of Black communities. Boggs was an influential activist who bridged across communities, generations and strategies to advance social justice.
- Asian Americans
Documentary series providing an in-depth exploration of the history of Asian Americans in the US, their contributions to the development of this country, and the challenges they have had to endure.
- Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution
Introduction into disability justice and activism from the perspectives of young people with disabilities.
Documentary exploring the long and often problematic history of Transgender and Nonbinary representation in film and television, dating back to the silent movie era.
- Do The Right Thing
Groundbreaking story of race, racism and racial violence in a Black neighborhood in Brooklyn.
Biography of labor organizer and feminist activist Dolores Huerta, who co-founded the United Farmworkers Union with Cesar Chavez and who has been a lifelong activist for Latinos, women, working class people and immigrants, among others.
- Eyes On The Prize
The history of the Civil Rights Movement told from the perspective of the ordinary people who were involved in the fight for equality and dignity for Black people.
- Good Day to Die
Biography of Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement. A member of the Ojibwe nation, Banks was a long-time leader and founder of the American Indian Movement, which advocated for the lives of Urban Indigenous people.
- Harvest of Empire: The Untold Stories of Latinos in America
Based on the book of the same name, this film explores how US social, political and economic decisions have driven Latin American migration to the US.
- How It Feels To Be Free
Depicts the careers and activism of six Black women - Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone, Diahann Carroll, Cicely Tyson and Pam Grier - who fought against racial and gender discrimination in the entertainment industry and transformed it in the process.
- I Am Not Your Negro
Based on an unfinished manuscript of James Baldwin, this is a visual essay depicting racism through the lives and murders of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Follows young Black and Brown LGBTQ+ young people looking to create safety and family for themselves.
- Mala Mala
Follows the challenges and resilience of 9 trans women in Puerto Rico.
- Malcolm X
Both reviled and adored, Malcolm X was perhaps the most influential leader in the Black Power Movement, who later advocated for a broader vision of racial unity and solidarity.
- Paris is Burning
Groundbreaking documentary highlighting the lived experiences of Black and Latino LGBTQ+ folks, particularly young trans folks in New York City and their participation in ballroom culture.
- The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution
Details the rise and fall of the Black Panther Party, one of the most influential political organizations in the Black Power movement and the fight for equal rights for Black people, low-income people and people of color.
- The Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975
Most visible in the 1960s and 1970s, the Black Power Movement advocates on behalf of Black people and people of African descent and centered a message of pride in being Black.
- Water Warriors
Follows Indigenous and White families fighting to protect water from oil and gas companies, highlighting the intersection of racial justice/Indigenous sovereignty and environmental justice.
- What Happened, Miss Simone?
Biography of singer, musician and activist Nina Simone, who was as well known for her activism and participation in the Civil Rights Movement as her extraordinary musical talent.
- Who Killed Vincent Chin?
Chronicles the racist attack on Vincent Chin, and the subsequent fight of Asian Americans around the county to organize and fight for their civil rights.