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Explore the impact of deportation set against the increased attention to the U.S.-Mexican border.
As Israel disengages from the Gaza Strip, democracy is pitted against social and political turmoil.
Girls in training in the Israeli Defense Forces are transformed over two months.
The role of Cuban revolutionaries in the people's struggles in Africa.
Filmmaker Monika Navarro ponders the meaning of "home" in a family affected by deportation.
Language, culture, and history foil Americans training civilians for the Afghan National Army.
The death of Longoria tore a Texas town apart and sparked a civil rights movement.
In 1940s Three Rivers, segregation extended from town to cemetery.
Meet five female soldiers who saw action in Iraq’s Sunni Triangle.
Outsourcing is pushed to new limits as Rahul and his coworkers answer a different kind of call.
After leaving the Army, Hart Viges became a peace activist.
What does it mean to lead men in war? What does it mean to come home?
Stigmatized and shunned, Filipino Amerasians seek legitimization.
Searching for their fathers.
The most shocking cover up in the United States military is not what you would expect.
A cyber attack on the United States Immigration database puts Sonia at risk of being deported.
An American soldier attempts to stop his fellow soldiers from committing murder.
From Debra Granik, director of the Oscar-nominated Winter’s Bone, comes this portrait of a motorcycle-riding, freedom-loving, Vietnam veteran cast in the mold of an outlaw biker.
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