Watch the Global Voices Season Six Premiere!

Posted on May 31, 2013


Travel from your living room with the latest season of Global Voices! Airing on the WORLD channel, season six premieres June 2 with 18 weeks of international documentaries that give you vistas into other worlds.

Peek into the spectacular, treacherous terrain of Eastern Java, Indonesia, where miners haul sulfur through toxic gases to supply material for our matches and makeup. Where Heaven Meets Hell makes its U.S. debut June 2, 10 p.m. EST. The next premiere, When Hari Got Married (June 16), follows a 30-year-old taxi driver in the Indian Himalayas, marrying a young girl he has only known through his cell phone. Follow Muslim women seeking radical change in their court system in South India (Invoking Justice, July 14), and the disappeared children of El Salvador’s 1980s civil war as they return to their native country (Niños de la Memoria, June 30). Learn more about the corners of our globe that you never expected to see: Watch Global Voices online and “like” the Facebook page to keep up with the season!

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