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America ReFramed

Through The Repellent Fence

"Through the Repellent Fence"​ follows the creation of a two-mile long ephemeral art installation by three Native American artists: Raven Chacon, Cristóbal Martínez, and Kade L. Twist collectively known as "Postcommodity." The film documents their collaboration as they construct "Repellent Fence," a metaphorical suture "stitching" together the United States and Mexico. Their work puts "land art in a tribal context,” to illuminate a shared Indigenous world-view and the legacy that connects the original people to their land.

Viewers are provided an intimate glimpse into the process behind creating the ambitious yet temporary artwork. With the volunteer help of communities on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, "Repellent Fence" was installed with a series of 28 enormous inflatable yellow-gold spheres. Emblazoned with an insignia known as the "open eye" — a symbol that has existed in Indigenous cultures of the Americas for thousands of years — the spheres extended north and south of the border a mile in each direction. The artist collective was featured in the2017 Whitney Museum Biennale

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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.
Young Yemeni-Americans display symbols of both countries at a rally to end the war in Yemen.
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53:32
America ReFramed

Hamtramck, USA

An exploration of life and democracy in America’s first Muslim-majority city.
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1:09:10
America ReFramed

Curtain Up!

While preparing to stage a musical, Chinatown kids discover their own cultural identities.
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.
Closeup of the side of Rodney Evans' face. | "America ReFramed: Vision Portraits"
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1:15:27
America ReFramed

Vision Portraits

Acclaimed director Rodney Evans takes viewers on a personal journey as he ponders how the deterioration of his vision will impact his life and work as a filmmaker.
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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

The unrecognized sacrifices of foreign soldiers who fight America's wars.
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1:15:17
America ReFramed

Bidder 70

Tim DeChristopher's rise from concerned citizen to climate justice activist and leader.
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