Results for "practice: Justice"
Micah Bucey Biographical profile of one of Spirituality & Practice's film reviewers.
Seeing Every Act as Significant Ways to tip the balance towards the good.
The Lincoln Lawyer A courtroom drama about a wheeler-dealer defense attorney caught in a tight squeeze that tests his ethical integrity.
Blood Done Sign My Name A sturdy, sensitive drama about the Civil Rights movement in North Carolina in 1970, revealing the scourge of American racism in all its ugly manifestations.
Presumed Guilty A bold documentary about the corruption, ineptitude, and power of Mexico's justice system.
Storm Gives conscience a good name and proves the world needs more women warriors to uphold the cause of justice.
The Last Mountain A hard-hitting documentary about the detrimental effects of cowboy capitalism on Appalachian communities and their majestic mountains.
The End of Poverty? A hard-hitting documentary that presents the voices and concerns of the poor along with suggested ways out of the gap between the rich and poor.
The Invisible War A disturbing, hard-hitting, and emotionally-shattering documentary about the rapes of women serving in the U.S. military.
Crude A dramatic documentary about the "Amazon Chernobyl" case where indigenous tribal groups are fighting the multinational corporation Chevron.