Exposing human rights abuses in the Belarus of President Aleksandr Lukashenko.
D.W. Griffith explores the life and turbulent times of Abraham Lincoln
Oliver Stone's second documentary on/interview with Fidel Castro specifically addresses his country's recent crackdown on Cuban dissidents; namely, the execution of three men who hijacked a ferry to the United States
JUBANOS: THE JEWS OF CUBA, tells the humbling story of the 1500 Jews who remained in the country despite the difficulties
With the official repeal of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy in September 2011, actor Marc Wolf’s acclaimed one-man Off-Broadway show comes to the screen
MC Yinka manages to rise up above the pollution, inspired by the things he sees, using his lyrics as weapons to fight against the discrimination that permeates his world and stand up for the rights of his people
An exploration of the life of renowned death row prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal
An American journalist and the Russian emperor change the map of 19th century Europe
Sasha makes a discovery about her genetically engineered unborn child that causes her to rethink her allegiances
A film about the fate of a German fencer, Helene Mayer, a 17 year-old Jewish girl who won a gold medal in the 1928 Olympics
The remarkable story of a woman who challenged Pakistan's lower court system for human rights violations
A tribute to the 21st Century Peace Movement featuring the thinkers, activists and leaders working to ensure a peaceful future.
Super Amigos shows that with a little imagination and the right mask anyone can activate their communities to triumph over evil
Darfur Diaries: Message from Home features interviews with many victims of the devastating genocide taking place in the area.
Interviews and filmed performances highlight the role of music in the South African struggle against apartheid
A gripping panel discussion on accountability and the U.S. policy of torture in the "War on Terror."
To commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the UDHR Link TV has produced a video, "The Price of Silence" for Amnesty International.
Participants discuss parental authority, discipline, children's rights and friendship between parents and children.
Black Loyalists settled in the town of Priceville, Ontario, in the 1820s, but their history slowly disappeared.
Tom Brokaw honors both the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing and the fall of the Berlin Wall
In Mumbai, thousands of young girls are kidnapped or sold against their will into the sex trade.
At the Kiran Centre in Varanasi, India, children do not have disabilities, but different abilities.
If a society can be graded by how it treats its prisoners, then the state of California gets an "F"
For the last ten years the Eastern Provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo have been at war.
In the Islamic state of Mauritania, rape is undefined in the country's law.
A 24 year-old woman from Nepal is sold for sexual slavery.
Morocco is coming to terms with the human rights abuses of its recent past.
Turkey is cracking down on custom killing, making life imprisonment a mandatory sentence.
Details the conflict in Kashmir
An intimate portrait of life on the ground in Northern Uganda
A man risks his life by traveling to Iraq to keep his word--to visit his grandmother before she dies
Warning: Adult Content: This film follows young Iranians through the organ trade process; from first encounter to kidney removal
Classic documentary on the student revolution in this "Sixties Legacy" series
The world's greatest architects create an architectural symbol for global Peace.