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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press
New York, NY

A new film examines the explosive Gawker trial that pitted privacy rights against the First Amendment.

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I Was Told To Come Alone
New York, NY

With unprecedented access to some of the world's most wanted men, Souad Mekhennet is told to never come alone to an interview.

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Taking Back Iraq
New York, NY

For Iraq's youth, which make up then majority of the country's population, the question of what happens next is far from certain.

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Legion of Brothers: A Special Screening
New York, NY

A new film explores the untold stories of the Green Berets adapting to unconventional warfare missions in Afghanistan.

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The Financial Diaries
New York, NY

The American Dream has all but become the American Myth.

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Wall Street's Stake in the UN
New York, NY

The Sustainable Development Goals will only be achieved by 2030 with cross-sector partnerships and a commitment to equitable development.

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Putin's World Tour
New York, NY

Amidst daily revelations about Russia's global web of influence, is there a way to chart a path ahead?

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Using Evidence and Innovation to Address Poverty and Inequality
New York, New York

Join us for a forum featuring Mayor Bill de Blasio and Cecilia Muñoz to discuss local and national innovations in addressing inequality.

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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
The War Show
New York, NY

When the Arab Spring reached Syria in 2011, radio DJ Obaidah Zytoon joined the revolution armed with two things: a video camera and hope.

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Taliban Resurgence
New York, NY

A new special by VICE on HBO questions what America's longest running war has actually accomplished.

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Unwarranted: A Conversation on Policing
New York, NY

Join Barry Friedman, Sherrilyn Ifill, and Trymaine Lee for a conversation on how we can better police the police.

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The Age of Responsibility
New York, NY

In the postwar years, if people were hungry, it was the state’s job to feed them. Today, that idea of welfare is barely recognizable.

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