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How much does your double latte cost, in human terms? Go inside the movement for fair trade coffee.
Energy production on native lands is polluting the reservation and leaving poverty in its dirty shadow.
Explore the largely untold story of industrialized hard rock mining in Butte, Montana.
Filmmaker Pamela Roberts offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Butte, America.
Discover one Bulgarian town's identity crisis involving war, nuclear power, and giant mosquitoes.
Three Latina immigrants working in L.A. sweatshops fight for labor justice.
In Iran, there is a thriving trade in kidneys, which poor people line up to sell at less than $3,000.
Commerce in Brazil is on the move; street vendors dominate the local economies.
A look at industrial gold-mining in two remote locations, Borneo and Guinea.
A woman returns home to her children in Bolivia after 15 years to find they've become strangers.
A New Orleans Vietnamese community fights a toxic post-Katrina landfill near their homes.
Meet Cairo's Zaballeen, who recycle 80 percent of the trash they collect.
A filmmaker follows her father back to Afghanistan to fight skyrocketing maternal mortality.
Eight widows in Galilee form a cooperative to make and sell pickles and support their families.
A son questions his father, who evicts the poor and powerless for a living.
In the near future, climate change has radically altered the real estate market.
In a world of genetically modified agriculture, a heirloom seed black market grows.
Decades after leaving, a filmmaker returns to chronicle life along the Chinese-North Korean border.
This is the film retailers and brands in the West don't want you to see.
Listen in on a behind-the-scenes conversation about the real motivations of the filmmakers.
Young Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans East mobilized to help their community after Katrina
Watch the story of the real mad men – and women – who changed the way we feel, see, and buy.
Follow the Zhang family as they join the world’s largest annual human migration.
Hal Riney describes the innovative Saturn car campaign.
Working class Kaya and his family face a hard choice when invited back to wealthy San Francisco.
In this companion video, the working conditions that drove Vichea to organize are described.
Vichea spearheaded a workers rights movement in Cambodia and paid the highest price.
Organizing women to plant trees became an act of political resistance in Kenya.
In 2006, she became the first woman elected president of an African nation.
In India, children may be the best agents of change.
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