ViewChange: A Dollar a Day - The Strongest Link Category: Documentaries Bulewla Princess Cima is an HIV positive health worker who is six months pregnant. As a single mother, Bulewla earns enough money to support her family through her position as a community health worker with the aid organization Wola Nani.
The Motherhood Manifesto Category: Documentaries Narrated by Academy Award-winning actress Mary Steenburgen, this humorous documentary shows dramatically how far behind all other industrial countries the United States lags in its support for families.
Al Jazeera English - Witness: Sangoma Category: Documentaries Michel Imhlongo is a traditional healer in his small South African village. His alternative approach to medicine, which involves driving away evil spirits through elaborate rituals, is frowned on by traditional doctors.
MADE IN TAIWAN: Vision of Darkness Category: Documentaries "What does 'seeing' feel like?" This is the question posed by a group of visually impaired children as they explore a video camera with their hands, trying to understand what filming is all about.
Greg Palast Investigates Category: Documentaries In Palast Investigates take a hard look at Vulture Funds, and the speculators who swoop down to make a profit on Third World debt relief. Then, journey into the Amazon to meet the Cafan Indians battling big oil companies to reclaim their land.
Bilal Category: Documentaries Bilal is the story of a three year old boy boy who can see, while his parents are blind. The family lives in a poor area of Calcutta, India, and despite challenges from their handicaps, performs daily tasks exceptionally well.
Michael Pollan - Deep Agriculture Category: Documentaries Link TV brings you celebrated author Michael Pollan as he takes on the industrialization of the US food system, and proposes dramatic solutions to America's addiction to mechanized agriculture and processed foods.