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2:02Protesters rally around a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest in Memphis, Tennessee in 2005. That statue was removed in 2017.
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In Tennessee, Confederate Monuments Are Still A Sore Subject

2:11Whole Foods reusable bags.
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Plastic: America's Indispensable Cultural Icon

1:12Sioux Ghost Dance
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App Connects Users With Local Indigenous History

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Up For Debate: Does Humanitarian Intervention Harm More Than It Helps?

2:19Naloxone
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'Miracle' Drug Reverses Overdoses, But Does It Fuel Addiction Cycle?

3:31Men pray on the street during American Muslim Day Parade in New York City
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How Anti-Muslim Rhetoric Can Have A Normalizing Effect On The US

 

Nation of Makers (Trailer)

2:13The 2013 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
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Is Coachella's 'Radius Clause' Unfairly Hurting Other Music Festivals?

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Up For Debate: Prohibit Genetically Engineered Babies?

4:08Athletes do the black power salute.
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Was 1968 The Year Of The Protest?

1:07Woman holds U.S. Citizenship and Immigration material
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OK, What's The Truth About This Citizenship Census Question?

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Up For Debate: Are Charter Schools Overrated?

2:21Protestors Rally In Chicago Against Police Shootings Of African American Men
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50 Years After MLK's Assassination, Activists Take Action

2:10Two college students in cap and gowns
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Food And Housing Isn't A Given For All US College Students

5:38Rev. Jesse Jackson on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, in 2018
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For Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King's Death Is Still An Open Wound

3:23Candy Schibli and Chance Seales
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Dream Jobs: Candy Schibli, Founder Of Southeastern Roastery

2:08Man watches TV with a dog
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What's Driving Unoriginal Content In Film And TV Shows?

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Do People Change? A Look At Whether Personality Is Fixed Or Fixable

23:38Drug research
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Psychedelics Show Promise In Treating Depression And Anxiety

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Up For Debate: Have Dating Apps Killed Romance?

4:31Laurie Gillman and Chance Seales
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Dream Jobs: Laurie Gillman, Owner Of East City Bookshop

2:44James Riley, a former Memphis sanitation worker and pictured in the center, holds an image from the 1968 sanitation strike.
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The Man In The Middle Of The Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike

1:15Kim Denmark walks
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This Woman Is Walking Across The US To Help Homeless Veterans

5:08Kalyn Belsha, Karen Kelsky and Alison Flowers are exposing the scale of sexual misconduct in academia
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These Women Are Exposing The Scale Of Sexual Misconduct In Academia

2:45Demonstrators gather in Washington D.C. during the March for Our Lives rally March 24, 2018
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Student Activists Highlight Gun Violence In Communities Of Color

1:42A student protests at the March for our Lives
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Students Register Voters At March For Our Lives

2:14A young girl protests gun legislation
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Students Flock To D.C. For The March For Our Lives

3:38Students from Tilden Career Community Academy in Chicago, IL, embrace each other during a nationwide school walkout.
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For Some Chicago Teens, The Violence In Parkland Is All Too Familiar

2:40Denver, CO: Students walk out of schools to address school safety and gun violence
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Will The Student March Achieve What The Million Mom March Couldn't?

0:58Citibank sign
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Citigroup Requiring Business Partners To Place Restrictions On Guns