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Episode Guide


Season 9


Omo Child: The River And The Bush (#905)

Filmed over a five year period, OMO CHILD: THE RIVER AND THE BUSH tells the amazing true story of ...

Black Out And Pangaea (#904)

BLACK OUT follows the nightly pilgrimage during exam season of hundreds of school children in ...

My Father's Land (#903)

MY FATHER'S LAND tells the story of Papa Jah, a Haitian gardener and bush medicine man living in ...

American Ascent (#901)

An American Ascent is a feature documentary about the first African American expedition to tackle ...

Season 8


Shorts Program: My Africa Is & Native Sun (#805)

My Africa Is peers into the soul and spirit of Nairobi through three stories of innovation. Viewers ...

First Friday (#804)

On the first Friday of every month, thousands of people gather in the streets of downtown Oakland. ...

Tchindas (#803)

Calm reigns in Sao Vicente, a small Cape Verdean island (off the West Coast of Africa) where most ...

Pan! Our Musical Odyssey (#802)

Since the evolution of Pan -- a musical instrument crafted from oil drums as early 1939 and ...

Days Of Hope (#801)

Days of Hope weaves three immigrant stories into a unflinching portrait of courage and sacrifice as ...

Season 7


The Abominable Crime (#705)

Born into a homophobic society, what are you willing to sacrifice to survive? The Abominable Crime, ...

Afropunk Presents The Triptych (#704)

AFROPUNK presents the Triptych is a unique and profound documentary film series profiling some of ...

Sound Of Torture (#703)

Since Europe closed its borders in 2006, thousands of Eritrean refugees have fled their military ...

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