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SSJ_naruto_2003
Oct 12, 2012





Anyone seen decent documentaries lately that would be of interest to people in social services? Alive Inside was good, as was Living on One Dollar in a different way.

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SSJ_naruto_2003
Oct 12, 2012





mintskoal posted:

Not sure if this is of any interest, but Gideon's Army is about public defenders in the south. It's infuriating but excellent.

It looks interesting, thanks!

SSJ_naruto_2003
Oct 12, 2012





Abu Dave posted:

I'm surprised how dated everything is; has there not been much new information in regards to Vietnam since 74?

:v:

SSJ_naruto_2003
Oct 12, 2012





Anyone have fairly recent documentaries along the lines of Inequality for All? I'm a masochist I guess.

SSJ_naruto_2003
Oct 12, 2012





Squeezy Farm posted:

Have you guys seen MTV's "White People" yet? It's a solid watch. Really makes you think about how privileged some of us are -- something we shouldn't take for granted. Check it out when you have some time, but be prepared to feel like an rear end in a top hat afterwards. :unsmith:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zjj1PmJcRM

I love Jose Antonio Vargas, thanks for this link.

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