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by Jed Rothstein
Three years before the Arab spring, a film crew began documenting Egypt’s small heavy metal community. The young musicians voiced the frustrations of a generation raised under a dictator. Two years into filming, a revolution began ...
by Rosa Rogers
Morocco’s first female religious leaders set out to change their country in a quiet social revolution.
Women of the World, Global Voices, Global Perspectives Collection
by Samia Chala and Patrice Barrat
Through her curiosity and self-discovery, Chahinaz, a 20-year-old Algerian student, begins to wonder what life is like for women in other Muslim countries and around the world.
Global Voices, Women and Girls Lead, Global Perspectives Collection
by Mai Iskander
The world’s largest garbage village is just outside Cairo. The Zabaleen (Arabic for “garbage people”) recycle 80 percent of the trash they collect, but now multinational corporations threaten their livelihood.
Independent Lens, Global Voices, Global Perspectives Collection
by Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack
The full story of the eloquent poet, writer, and performer Maya Angelou, from the depths of her hardscrabble roots in the Depression-era South to her finding international fame as one of our greatest living authors and social commentators.
by Stefano Strocchi and Stefano Tealdi
A polite Italian travel agent and an authoritarian Moroccan immigrant, two very different men from two different cultures, try to manage a diverse group of people traveling from Italy to Morocco.
Global Voices, Global Perspectives Collection
by Ben Lewis
Explore the history of grand schemes to eradicate poverty, through a combination of animation, archival material, live action, anecdote, and humor.
Global Voices, Global Perspectives Collection, Why Poverty?
by Leila Menjou and Sherief Elkatsha
Get an intimate look at the 2005 multi-party elections in Egypt through the eyes of three women working to assure the election’s legitimacy.
Global Perspectives Collection, Women and Girls Lead, Global Voices, Diverse Muslim Voices
by David Shadrack Smith and Charlotte Mangin
When a group of Moroccan street children are invited to take part in a treehouse building workshop, they find themselves and their lives unexpectedly transformed.
by Jessica Woodworth and Peter Brosens
A young Moroccan woman, who is soon to be married off, defies all taboos and embarks on a quest with her American friend to find answers to urgent questions about sex, virginity, and Islam.