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A chilling exposé of Cambodia’s human trafficking underworld.
A young American leaves home in search of "manhood" and ends up amidst revolution.
Meet the young students in Mr. Zingg's integration class.
Alex Landau recalls how he nearly lost his life at a traffic stop with the Denver police.
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Sudanese civilians celebrate their heritage through music in the face of violence.
Theresa Burroughs remembers her pursuit of the right to vote in Alabama during Jim Crow.
New York City sanitation workers on becoming a part of the community they serve.
In August 2005, Travis Williams and his squad were sent on a rescue mission in Iraq.
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Aya's mother berates her daughter for returning from Malaysia with a child.
Aya says she can't talk about her pain with her family.
Aya describes her situation in Malaysia.
Aya describes how her experience changed her relationship with men, including her father.
An excerpt from a news story describes the human trafficking of impoverished Cambodians.
Filmmaker Guillaume Suon discusses the making of the POV documentary The Storm Makers.
The head of the trafficking "agency" explains how they recruit girls in to the slave trade
ABC News reports on the Arab Spring in Libya, and Matt thinks about his role in the fight.
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The Chinese government attempts to silence artist and free speech activist Ai Weiwei.
Art and Craft uncovers the universal in one man's search for connection and respect.
Immigrant activist Angy Rivera joins a generation of Dreamers ready to push for change.
In 2006, Matt VanDyke left his home and ended up amidst a revolution in the Middle East.
An eye-opening look at the cycle of poverty that fuels human trafficking in Cambodia.
One teacher prepares his students for their new life in Switzerland.
Sudanese civilians facing government bombing celebrate their heritage through music.
Five Chilean women commemorate life's joys and cope with infidelity, illness and death.
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