An activist drag queen tries to make history by running for New York City Council.
Filmmaker Paula James Martinez travels across the United States to understand what makes it the most dangerous and expensive nation to give birth in the developed world.
For over 50 years, iconic activist Ted Brown has fought for queer and black identities. But after losing his husband under heart-breaking circumstances, a devastated Ted questions the true impact of his activism.
The story of one man’s experience with solitary confinement and his journey to change a system bent on destroying his humanity. Johnny Perez offers a first- person account of the cyclical nature of poverty and incarceration...
Ibrahim, tasked with looking after his teenage daughters while his wife tends to her ailing mother, faces an unexpected hurdle when he learns that his youngest daughter, Farrah, has found love.
Overdoses are the #1 cause of accidental death in our country. Addiction is a public health crisis but it doesn’t have to be this way. This is that emotional and heart-wrenching story.
Journalistic reflection on the real influences on American politics, economics and society at large influenced in large part by the popular yet hidden and mysterious influences of the collegiate Greek system in America.
Syria. Ukraine. Bosnia. Rwanda. Guatemala. Texas. From war to famine and brutal domestic policies, the challenges faced by vulnerable individuals and communities has never been more heartbreaking, destructive and caused ongoing vulnerabilities than over the past decade.
The Supreme Court's ruling in Baxter v. Montana that "nothing in Montana Supreme Court precedent or Montana statutes [indicates] that physician aid in dying is against public policy” threw open the conversation regarding Death with Dignity and the larger national debate.
An audio journey that explores the marriage of art and cutting edge technology through the words of today’s most influential creatives, entrepreneurs and innovators.
Trailblazer Yayoi Kusama’s turbulent quest to become a world famous artist is documented in Kusama - Infinity; as a rival of Warhol in the ‘60s, Kusama battled sexism and racism in America while her hallucinations of polka dots eventually led her to the Tokyo mental institution.
Every year, 600,000 families with 1.35 million children experience homelessness in the United States. This is the story of one, Angelique, a teen in Asheville, North Carolina.
TWENTY FIVE is a comedic web series created by New York-based writer Josh Duboff. It's about three high school best friends who are reunited in New York City two years out of college.