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Place Matters( Asian Languages Edition)- CALIFORNIA NEWSREEL

A special Asian language edition of Episode 5 from UNNATURAL CAUSES looks at recent Southeast Asian immigrants who, along with Latinos, are moving increasingly into what have been long-neglected Black urban neighborhoods and now their health is being eroded too.. Video


For the first time on film, sounds the alarm about our disturbing socioeconomic and racial inequities in health - and searches for their root causes. But those causes are not what we might expect. There's much more to our health than bad habits, healthcare or unlucky genes... Video

NO! Confronting Sexual Assault in Our Communities

A new documentary film about the impact of sexual violence on Black women and girls. NO! artfully combines socio-historical inquiry with messages from violence prevention advocates and first person testimonial from survivors. This film is the one tool you need to help your students understand the complex dynamics of sexual assault... Video

Global Health and Human Development- Films.com

Is good health simply the absence of physical disease, or should emotional well-being also be of concern to global aid organizations? Video Link

Alfred Kinsey: Social Science in America’s Bedroom- Films.com

Sexuality was the last uncharted realm of social science until a controversial biology professor named Alfred Kinsey walked into America’s bedroom and turned on the light. In this program, John Bancroft, director of The Kinsey Institute; James H. Jones, author of Alfred C. Kinsey: A Public/Private Life; and Kinsey’s former colleague Paul Gebhard engage in a thoughtful assessment of Kinsey’s findings... Video Link