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A Self Taught Black Engineer Built A Central News Hub For The Black Community

Less than 50 years ago, news in the African American.

Hollywood movies by non-Hollywood directors

Next year marks the anniversary of a modern classic, Roman Polanski’s Chinatown. And surely no other film has even come close to making the construction of an aqueduct so thrilling.

Why all parents should care about arts education - The Washington Post

Why all parents should care about arts education

The Study (Studying the Influence Music Practice Has On Neurodevelopment in Youth) San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory

This marks the prolific filmmaker's second project for the streamer, following Oscar-nominated doc '13th.'

Ava DuVernay Tackling "Central Park Five" in Netflix Miniseries

Why the Ford Foundation launched a program for formerly incarcerated people—and how we did it

Why the Ford Foundation launched a program for formerly incarcerated people—and how we did it

Briefing on state-by-state jail trends: pre-trial detention and renting jail space are the primary drivers of jail growth.

Era of Mass Expansion: Why State Officials Should Fight Jail Growth

Harvey Weinstein is More Proof That We Can Take Down the Patriarchy With Storytelling | Teen Vogue

Let's Take Down the Patriarchy With Storytelling

In this week's Thigh-High Politics, columnist Lauren Duca explores how storytelling helps women fight the patriarchy, as demonstrated by the chorus of voices speaking out against film producer Harvey Weinstein.

MacArthur Fellow Wanted To See If A Radio Soap In Rwanda Could Make People More Tolerant : Goats and Soda : NPR

'Genius Grant' Winner Used A Soap Opera To Prove A Point About Prejudice

Soap Opera to reduce prejudice: Betsy Levy Paluck is a newly minted MacArthur fellow. Her research in Rwanda looked at how people become more tolerant.

How Movies Can Change Our Minds - The New York Times

How Movies Can Change Our Minds

Are You College-Ready?

Five Documentaries You Need To Watch for Prison Reform and Racial Justice

Five Documentaries You Need To Watch for Prison Reform and Racial Justice

A new UNICEF project takes real-life stories of Syrian refugee kids and turns them into short — and really intense — animated videos.

Watch These 3 'Unfairy Tales' And See If They Move You

Can animated videos change hearts and minds? That's the goal at UNICEF, which last month released three videos, each about two minutes long, that tell what it's like for a child to flee Syria.

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In Stanley Andrisse sat in a Missouri courtroom awaiting sentencing facing 20 years for his third drug conviction.

Pulling Back on the Barbaric Use of Solitary Confinement - The New York Times

Pulling Back on the Barbaric Use of Solitary Confinement

There are efforts to end the harmful isolation of young people in prison, but the country still has a long way to go.

Layla Arenas, 7, is spending her Saturday morning visiting her mother Magan Garcia. Magan says she lives for the visits with her daughter. "She's the reason I can keep going in here," Magan says. Sara Naomi Lewkowicz for TIME

Inside a Girl Scout Program That Brings Kids to Prison to See Their Moms

Layla Arenas, is spending her Saturday morning visiting her mother Magan Garcia. Magan says she lives for the visits with her daughter. "She's the reason I can keep going in here," Magan says. Sara Naomi Lewkowicz for TIME

'They Call Us Monsters' Offers a More Compassionate Brand of Juvenile Justice

Directed by Ben Lear. Legislators debate legislation that allows for adult charges for juvenile offenders.

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