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Filmmaker Karen Skloss points the lens at her own non-traditional and yet entirely normal family.
Schoolchildren in China take part in an experiment in democracy by running for class monitor.
Follow 4 blind teenagers during one dynamic year at the Texas School for the Blind.
"I felt just stupid because I couldn’t just sit there pretending I could do things all by myself...."
"Maybe there’s something out there that God don’t want him to see, or wants him to see with his heart."
"I went in and I had my last surgery. I went to sleep with sight, and I woke up and it was like I couldn’t see."
Former drug addict Nguyen Van Hung now looks after the street children with AIDS in Vietnam.
Follow a young pickpocket through the streets of Kolkata, in a real-life game of cops and robbers.
A teacher demonstrates sleight of hand.
A victim shows police his sliced pocket.
Azad pledges loyalty to his fellow thieves.
Girls in training in the Israeli Defense Forces are transformed over two months.
Meet Cairo's Zaballeen, who recycle 80 percent of the trash they collect.
“We are the garbage collectors. Always blessed.”
“Egypt must be famous for recycling. Here, we recycle 80 percent of what we collect.”
“This is going to go to a landfill. This is going to a hole in the earth.”
A rugby team's plane crashes, leaving them stranded and desperate for 72 days.
How do you teach the children of war that there are choices beyond violence and drug trafficking?
Take a rare look into one of China's most treasured commodities — acrobats.
Pat’s daily dialysis regimen requires vigilance about germs and some creative problem-solving.
Jill Nielsen-Farrell and her family explain her decision to volunteer to be a living donor for Pat.
Pat gets an opportunity to meet the family of the young man whose kidney Pat received.
Drummer Pat Spurgeon is an up-and-coming rock star when his only kidney begins to disintegrate
Pat has never had traditional health insurance.
At nine years old, Priscilla Diaz dazzles the Harlem hip-hop scene.
"We're living in temporary housing. It's considered a shelter."
"My company, DFE, which is Diaz Family Entertainment. I'm the CEO but I'm too young."
"I've got scars here from shooting up heroin. You know what heroin is?"
This is the film retailers and brands in the West don't want you to see.
Arab and Jewish children learn together as their school attempts a binational and bilingual program.
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