Highlighting the challenges faced by bullied kids, "Bully" shows teachers and parents addressing aggressive behaviors that defy dismissal with "kids will be kids" cliches, and captures a growing movement to change the ways to address bullying in schools.
"Twin Sisters" tells the story of identical twins.
An examination of a 2005 train crash in Osaka, Japan.
A look at the ongoing electricity shortage in Kanpur, India.
A 9-year-old monk leaves his Bhutanese village and finds out about electricity for the first time.
The show takes a look at life in small-town America through the eyes of three teen boys in Rich Hill, Mo.
Darius Clark Monroe looks back at what drove him, at age 16, to rob a bank.
A young infantryman in Afghanistan tries to alert the military to heinous war crimes.
The show features some black photographers who have recorded the lives and aspirations of generations.
Gunnar Myrdal's investigation of Jim Crow racism is used to take look at the power of unconscious biases.
A filmmaker discovers a family secret that reveals the truth about her biological father.
The investigation into a spate of church burnings that occured in East Texas during January and February 2010 is chronicled.
Three homeless Chicago teens strive to graduate from high school despite the difficulties inherent in their situations.
An overview of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, featuring first-hand accounts and news footage of the tragedy and its aftermath. Included: remarks from Deepwater Horizon chief mechanic Douglas Harold Brown.
Over the course of a momentous year, Kumu Hina, a native Hawaiian mahu (transgender) teacher, inspires a tomboyish young girl to claim her place as leader of an all-male hula troupe, as she herself searches for love and a fulfilling romantic relationship with an unpredictable young Tongan man.
Follow the evolution of daredevil choreographer Elizabeth Streb's movement philosophy as expressed through her technique, lifestyle and challenge to assumptions about art, aging, injury, gender and human possibility. By Catherine Gund.
In 1971, eight citizens broke into an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, took hundreds of damning secret files and shared them with the public and the press. Now, for the first time, they tell their story. By Johanna Hamilton.