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America ReFramed

Curtain Up!

In New York City's Chinatown, the theater club of PS 124 is staging an adaptation of the film "Frozen.” As the 5th graders gear up and rehearse for the musical production, nervous excitement and flubbed lines brush up against cultural stereotypes, family expectations, and post-graduation uncertainties. "Curtain Up!" shares a kid’s-eye view of the wonders of discovering art, culture and identity.

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Baldwin Chiu surveys the cotton fields in Mississippi.
Episode
1:13:21
America ReFramed

Far East Deep South

A Chinese American family’s search for their roots leads them to the Mississippi Delta.
Yaya hugs Jack during a visit to Boston.
Episode
1:23:45
America ReFramed

Jack & Yaya

Two transgender best friends celebrate their thirtieth year of friendship.
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55:05
America ReFramed

Meltdown in Dixie

An ice cream shop owner learns that taking down a Confederate flag may not be so easy.
Rodney Stotts holds a Red-tailed hawk.
Episode
58:52
America ReFramed

The Falconer

A falconer endeavors to build a bird sanctuary and provide his community opportunities.
Jerry Dearly (Oglala Lakota) sings the "Songs for Adoptees." | From "America ReFramed: Blood Memory"
Episode
56:09
America ReFramed

Blood Memory

Battles over blood quantum and "best interests" resurface the untold history of America’s Indian Adoption Era — a time when nearly one-third of children were removed from tribal communities nationwide.
Sue Googe poses with a sample ballot. | From "America ReFramed: First Vote"
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58:01
America ReFramed

First Vote

America’s fastest growing ethnic collective is also one of its least represented. "First Vote" explores Asian American voter experiences in battle ground states.
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45:22
America ReFramed

Tutwiler

"Tutwiler," a new documentary from Frontline and The Marshall Project offers a powerful and unforgettable window into the lives of incarcerated pregnant women — and what happens to their newborns.
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51:33
America ReFramed

Jaddoland

A visit back home to Texas prompts the filmmaker to reflect on her mother’s creative life.
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1:10:24
America ReFramed

The Blessing

"The Blessing" follows a Navajo coal miner raising his secretive daughter as a single father, struggling with his part in the irreversible destruction of their sacred mountain at the hands of America's largest coal producer.
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1:19:02
America ReFramed

Where The Pavement Ends

"Where the Pavement Ends" compares a 1968 dispute over a road blockade that separated the then white “sundown” town of Ferguson, Missouri from the neighboring black town of Kinloch.
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