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America ReFramed

Far East Deep South

When a Chinese-American family travels from California to Mississippi to visit the grave of their ancestors, they stumble upon surprising revelations. Along the way, they meet a diverse group of local residents and historians, who shed light on the racially complex history of the early Chinese in the segregated South. Their emotional journey also leads them to discover how the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 impacted their family and how deep their roots run in America.

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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.
NYC Ballet Prima Ballerina Jenifer Ringer shares her makeup secrets with Caitlin McConnell. | "America ReFramed: Perfectly Normal for Me"
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58:55
America ReFramed

Perfectly Normal for Me

Alexandria, Jake, Caitlin and Veronica, ages 5 to 15, reveal what it’s like to live with physical disabilities.
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57:11
America ReFramed

Struggle & Hope

The stories, and fight, of the residents of the last remaining all-Black towns in the U.S.
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1:24:57
America ReFramed

Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route

Exploring the rise, demise and contested resurgence of Detroit, America's "motor city."
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1:19:31
America ReFramed

Pyne Poynt

A Camden, NJ resident leads a charge to reclaim Pyne Poynt Park for the community's youth.
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1:25:14
America ReFramed

Island Soldier

Follow the Nena family as they grieve the loss of their son — his death in Afghanistan makes waves through the community where nearly everyone is connected to the U.S. military.
DJ uses a letter board to communicate with his aide. | "America ReFramed: Deej"
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54:50
America ReFramed

Deej

Once a "profoundly disabled" kid, DEEJ is now a college student standing up for his peers.
Careworker Vilma Rozen and Dolores Bennett hold hands.
Episode
59:49
America ReFramed

Care

Illuminate the deep attachments formed between the elderly and the home care workers they depend on — and the cracks in a system that is poorly serving both.
We Like It Like That
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1:15:27
America ReFramed

We Like It Like That

Exploring 1960s music history when Bugaloo defined a new generation of urban Latinos.
Zack Harrington's father and mother hold hands. | "America ReFramed: Broken Heart Land"
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1:21:24
America ReFramed

Broken Heart Land

One early autumn afternoon, gay teen Zack Harrington killed himself with a gunshot to the head in his parent’s ranch in Norman, Oklahoma. One week earlier, Zack allegedly attended a local city council meeting supporting a proposal for LGBTQ History Month.
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