In Wo Ai Ni (I Love You) Mommy, viewers find out what it feels like for internationally adopted children to travel to a new country, and adopt a new family, language and culture. Filmmaker Stephanie Wang-Breal and subjects Donna and Faith Sadowsky answered audience questions after a recent Asia Society screening of the film in New York City. Wang-Breal talks about how she became interested in the adoption of children from China and the many families she shot before settling on Faith's story. This video features clips from the film (courtesy of eyewang pictures) and the Asia Society.
For the last 20 years, civil war has raged in Sudan, killing and displacing millions. Two young refugees, Peter and Santino, lost their families and set out to make new lives for themselves in America.
Alex Landau, who is African American, recalls how he nearly lost his life following a traffic stop with the Denver police. He and his mother, Patsy, who is white, remember that night and how it changed them both forever.
On September 13, 2010, the New York Times Community Affairs department and POV presented a panel discussion on the Pentagon Papers, Daniel Ellsberg, and the Times. The conversation featured Daniel Ellsberg, former New York Times executive editor Max Frankel, New York Times Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak and New York Times managing editor Jill Abramson.
With rare access inside Pelican Bay State Prison, we hear inmates' experiences of living in long term solitary confinement. This short documentary offers a visceral snapshot of the day-in-the-life inside one of the most notorious supermax prisons in the U.S.