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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press

A conversation with media and legal experts on the perils—and the responsibilities—of the free press in an age of alternative facts.


I Was Told to Come Alone

In Mekhennet's new memoir, I Was Told To Come Alone, she journeys behind the lines of jihad.


The Financial Diaries

The traditional narrative of the American Dream has all but become an American Myth.


Putin's World Tour

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


SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
The War Show

The War Show unfolds as Zytoon and her friends document their own experiences of the Syrian conflict.


Unwarranted

Police play an indispensable role in our society. But the responsibility for keeping them accountable may lay with us, the people.


SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Water & Power: A California Heist

How everyday citizens are facing down the water crisis to better preserve one of our country's most precious resources.


A Question of Order

What happens when a democratically elected leader devolves into an authoritarian ruler?


HIGHER EDUCATION
Lower Ed

A former insider discloses the story behind for-profit schools to explain the lose-lose options for Americans seeking a better life.


SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro , an Academy Award-nominated film by Raoul Peck, is an up-to-the-minute examination of race in America.


Generation Revolution

In her new book, Generation Revolution, Rachel Aspden offers a window into the Arab Spring through the millennials who experienced it.


SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
The Bad Kids

At Black Rock High School, the methods are unique and the model is innovative.