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Viewer's Guide on Justness Reflection and discussion questions to use when viewing this episode.
Seeing Every Act as Significant Ways to tip the balance towards the good.
Lula, Son of Brazil A biopicture about the formative early years of one of Brazil's most famous presidents whose muse and advocate was his beloved mother.
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.
Granito: How to Nail a Dictator A watershed film about the positive role documentaries can play in human rights cases.
Storm Gives conscience a good name and proves the world needs more women warriors to uphold the cause of justice.
When the Mountains Tremble An edifying 1983 documentary about the yearning for freedom by the Mayan peasants of Guatemala.
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.
West of Memphis A laser-sharp documentary about a grisly crime, the unjust imprisonment of three innocent young men, and the first crowd-sourced investigation in history.
Crude A dramatic documentary about the "Amazon Chernobyl" case where indigenous tribal groups are fighting the multinational corporation Chevron.