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POV Season 34
CJ Hunt investigates why a losing army from 1865 still holds so much power in America.
Shard-like glimpses of post-Hurricane María Puerto Rico examine a transformed world.
An attorney advocates for Dominicans of Haitain descent who have been stripped of their citizenship.
Musa Hadid is the mayor of Ramallah, the de facto capital of Palestine.
In New York City, queer and trans youth of color make Christopher Street Pier their own.
Rember, an Indigenous artist in Peru, journeys home to the Amazonian land of his ancestors.
In central California, a Mexican-American teen goes to work when ICE raids threaten her family.
Mama Icha returns home to Colombia, finding heartbreak and joy after decades in the US.
In a Mexican coastal village, 16-year-old Ñoño has a secret that defies gender norms.
Director Angelo Madsen Minax returns home to rural Michigan after the death of his niece.
After two police killings, Black abolitionists fight to hold Chicago officials accountable.
After being diagnosed with ALS, Ady Barkan launches a national movement for healthcare.
The lives of three Latinx people intersect at the last reproductive health clinic on the border.