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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Epilogue

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Epilogue

We find out what happens to Amal, Lulu, Rabea and men murdered in Syrian prisons.

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Epilogue

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Friends Die

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Friends Die

Members of Obaidah’s small group of friends who are attacked, arrested, and murdered.

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Friends Die

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: From Protest to Armed Conflict

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: From Protest to Armed Conflict

A young girl tearfully recalls an uncle who was shot and killed while protests escalate.

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: From Protest to Armed Conflict

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Lulu

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Lulu

Lulu participates in her first demonstration. Obaidah describes the ritual of disobedience

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Lulu

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Obaidah and Amal

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Obaidah and Amal

Obaidah, the film’s narrator, introduces her radio show and one of her devoted listeners.

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Obaidah and Amal

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Rabea

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Rabea

Rabea’s arrest for being a musician and how the government fought art with violence.

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: Meeting Rabea

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: More Than One Enemy

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: More Than One Enemy

Obaidah and friends are threatened. Assad's opponents want to create an Islamic caliphate.

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S30 Ep2: Classroom Clip: More Than One Enemy

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: American Experiences

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S30 Ep1: American Experiences

Dalya has trouble finding halal food at the mall

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S30 Ep1: American Experiences

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: How do people react when they find

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: How do people react when they find

Producer and subject Mustafa Zeno discusses how Americans can welcome Syrian refugees

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: How do people react when they find

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: How far is 4.1 miles?

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: How far is 4.1 miles?

Director Daphne Matziaraki talks about the 4.1 miles between Turkey and Lesbos, Greece.

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: How far is 4.1 miles?

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: What do people think of when they

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: What do people think of when they

Director Julia Meltzer discusses some of the assumptions made about Syrian refugees.

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: What do people think of when they

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: What is the significance of the hi

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: What is the significance of the hi

Director Julia Meltzer discusses Dalya's evolving feelings on wearing her hijab in America

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: What is the significance of the hi

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: Why did you make 4.1 Miles?

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: Why did you make 4.1 Miles?

Director Daphne Matziaraki explains why she made the Oscar-nominated 4.1 Miles

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S30 Ep1: Behind the Lens: Why did you make 4.1 Miles?

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: College Applications

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S30 Ep1: College Applications

Dalya’s brother gives her advice about her college application essay.

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S30 Ep1: College Applications

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Going to School

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S30 Ep1: Going to School

Rudayna talks about the challenges of adapting to life in the U.S. and going to college.

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S30 Ep1: Going to School

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Wearing the Hijab

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S30 Ep1: Wearing the Hijab

A speaker at school talks about being a Muslim American woman.

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S30 Ep1: Wearing the Hijab

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Video thumbnail: POV S30 Ep1: Why They Left

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S30 Ep1: Why They Left

Dayla’s mother Rudayna explains why she and Dalya left Syria.

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S30 Ep1: Why They Left

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Video thumbnail: POV Hyphen-Nation: Amanda

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Hyphen-Nation: Amanda

"The question I get is 'Where are you from?'"

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Hyphen-Nation: Amanda

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Video thumbnail: POV Hyphen-Nation: Armando

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Hyphen-Nation: Armando

"The unfortunate reality is a sense of being othered."

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Hyphen-Nation: Armando

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Video thumbnail: POV Hyphen-Nation: Ayman

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Hyphen-Nation: Ayman

"We're going to check your bags a little bit extra."

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Hyphen-Nation: Ayman

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Video thumbnail: POV Hyphen-Nation: Jason

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Hyphen-Nation: Jason

"Black man first, American second."

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Hyphen-Nation: Jason

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Video thumbnail: POV Hyphen-Nation: Mallika

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Hyphen-Nation: Mallika

"I don't like hyphenations because I am American."

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Hyphen-Nation: Mallika

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Video thumbnail: POV Hyphen-Nation: Michaela

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Hyphen-Nation: Michaela

"Why would I want to be white?"

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Hyphen-Nation: Michaela

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Video thumbnail: POV Hyphen-Nation: Roy

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Hyphen-Nation: Roy

"Not from here and not from there."

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Hyphen-Nation: Roy

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