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A judge gives an immigrant in North Carolina 120 days to self-deport to Mexico
A brain-dead, pregnant woman in TX is forced to remain on life support against her wishes.
Three families in Alabama fight for equality while gay marriage cases crowd the courts.
A battle emerges in New Orleans as the city debates Confederate monuments.
A world champion drag racer faces a new reality after a fiery accident blinds him.
A Southern belle’s journey from romance to revolution to First Lady of Costa Rica.
Fans of the blues in Birmingham protest after an iconic juke joint is ordered to close.
A young New Orleans rabble-rouser faces his mortality through comedy and advocacy.
Miguel Cortes has 120 Days to return to Mexico.
The Croatians have used grit and determination to build an oystering industry.
A dairy farmer fights to save both his family business & a community tradition.
"Private Violence" exploresthe most dangerous place for a woman in America, her own home.
Red Wolf Revival is a short film about the last remaining wild population of red wolves.
This is the story of Fred McDowell, the godfather of the North Mississippi style of blues.
This is the story about the impact of forced sterilization of thousands of Americans.
A documentary about the cherished tradition of costuming during Mardi Gras in New Orleans.