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  • November 5
    10:00 PM
    Dawnland
    In an untold story of indigenous child removal, the stakes of family separation policy are no less than cultural survival.
  • November 12
    10:00 PM
    The Cleaners
    Explore the shadow industry of “content moderators,” who are hired by Silicon Valley leaders to control what we see online.
  • November 19
    10:30 PM
    The Judge
    The Judge provides an intimate look at Shari'a Law through the eyes of Palestine's first female judge.
  • December 17
    Man on Fire
    In Man on Fire a white preacher shocks his small Texas town by setting himself on fire to bring awareness to racism.
  • January 7
    My Country No More
    North Dakota’s oil boom leaves generations-old farming families torn between selling or staying.
  • January 14
    Rodents of Unusual Size
    Rodents of Unusual Size takes you deep into the bayous where locals face invasive pests. Man vs. rodent: May the best mammal win.
  • January 21
    9:00 AM
    The King
    Climb into Elvis’s 1963 Rolls-Royce for a musical road trip and meditation on modern America.
  • January 28
    RUMBLE
    Discover how Native American musicians transformed American blues, jazz and rock in this musical celebration.
  • February 4
    10:00 PM
    Black Memorabilia
    From the South to Brooklyn to China, meet the people who reproduce, consume and reclaim black memorabilia, racially-charged objects often wrapped in the protective embrace of antiquity and historical preservation.
  • February 11
    Hale County This Morning, This Evening
    Hale County This Morning, This Evening offers a richly detailed glimpse at life in America’s Black Belt, simultaneously celebrating its beauty and bearing witness to the consequences of the social construction of race.
  • February 25
    10:00 PM
    People’s Republic of Desire
    For young Chinese raised on social media, virtual relationships are replacing real-life connections.
  • April 1
    10:00 PM
    Tre Maison Dasan
    An intimate portrait of three boys growing up with a parent in prison, Tre Maison Dasan provides a firsthand look at children struggling to identify themselves in a society that demonizes their parents.