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China, the Great Leap Forward [electronic resource]

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The story of Wu Zhong, a young man who leaves his struggling rural Chinese family to seek his fortune in a big city. He finds a job in a textile factory and works under miserable conditions.
Online
1997
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Fahrenheit 2010: Warming Up for the World Cup in South Africa

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"This uncompromising investigation asks what the World Cup really means for South Africans. Who actually stands to benefit from the millions of dollars invested? And what will South Africa be left with after the trophy is lifted and the applause dies down?"-- Journeyman Pictures website.
DVD
2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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European Jihadi

From the streets of Copenhagen to the Syrian frontline, witness the gangster and drug dealer Abderrozak Benarabe's brutal jihad experience as he is smuggled across borders to battle the Assad regime.
Online
2016; 2014
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Secret Revolution

Out of the chaos of Syria's civil war, Kurdish PKK leftists have forged a radical, multi-ethnic mini-state. But with ISIS and Turkey now attacking the PKK leaning groups, how long can this new political geography last?
Online
2016; 2014
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Edward Snowden Interview

Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower, talks exclusively to the Guardian. The 31-year-old former intelligence analyst discusses whether he is a Russian spy, his likely fate if he returns to the US, and the relevance of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four in the age of Google.
Online
2016; 2014
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Hidden Gems

Afghanistan is not only a country in perpetual turmoil, but also a geological miracle. Can they now harness 1,000 billion Euros worth of natural resources in order to lift the nation out of poverty?
Online
2016; 2014
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Inside ISIS

ISIS have become a dynamic presence online. By looking at one of their campaign videos designed to disseminate their radical manifesto, this report offers a chilling insight into a markedly 21st century insurgency.
Online
2016; 2014
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Lumberjacked

In Cameroon, the largest exporter of African wood to Asia and Europe, illegal and unregulated logging by foreign companies is posing a real threat to the country's most valuable economic and ecological resource.
Online
2016; 2014
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Slaves of the Caliphate

This is the story that exposed the true depravity of the Islamic State: thousands of defenseless girls captured as slaves. This emotional exposé meets the woman desperately trying to save the Yazidi girls.
Online
2016; 2015
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Ladies of the Lake

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VHS
1998
Ivy (By Request)
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Kashmir: Valley of Despair

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Examines the conflict between India and the Kashmiri rebels who want an independent state.
VHS
1998
Ivy (By Request)
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Afghanistan's Opium Trail [electronic resource]

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Explores the opium industry in Afghanistan: cultivation, processing, smuggling and heroin use.
Online
2008
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Shackled Women

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Program assesses second- and third-world abuses of women's rights by the male establishment and examines how female collaboration sometimes contributes to their perpetuation.
VHS
1999
Ivy (By Request)
14.

Trump: What's the Deal?

Donald Trump is one of the richest and most famous men in America, but on what foundation has his success been built? From accusations of harassment to repeated flirtations with bankruptcy, his very public business career has been one of artifice and intrigue; a Machiavellian performance played out before the American media. Originally produced in 1991, Donald Trump: What's the Deal? investigates the unscrupulous reality behind this most public of figures.
Online
2016; 1991
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Dugma: The Button

An intimate portrait of a group of very different suicide bombers working for Al Qaeda in Syria. From the Saudi who loves singing and fried chicken, to a 26-year-old white British convert who worries a lot about his new wife, this remarkable film embeds with an unlikely bunch of "martyrdom seekers", each waiting for their turn to go on a final mission, known by Jihadis as 'Dugma'.
Online
2016
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Chernobyl's Cafe

Thirty years after the famous nuclear reactor explosion, Chernobyl is once more showing signs of life. As the fears of older generations are replaced by the fascination of the new, Chernobyl is emerging as a popular tourist destination, and local industry is on the rise. But with radiation levels still dangerously high, questions remain over whether the region can ever truly recover.
Online
2016
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The Living Fire

With the thick snow melting in the breathtaking Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine, spring is approaching and three men must prepare for an arduous journey up into the mountains. The Living Fire is a moving and captivating tale of three shepherds, each at a different stage in his life. Bound by tradition, they reflect on the meaning of their own existence as the contemporary world encroaches on their remote community and threatens to destroy their way of life.
Online
2016; 2015
18.

K2 and the Invisible Footmen

K2 is widely seen as the world's harshest mountain. Yet many indigenous porters make a living in its extreme conditions, carrying provisions for foreign climbing expeditions. Often risking their lives with only rudimentary equipment, they receive minimal pay for their efforts. Against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, this cinematic doc explores the everyday courage and sacrifice of the men who call the "Savage Mountain" their home.
Online
2016; 2015
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Angel of Nanjing

The Yangtze River Bridge in Nanjing is the most popular place in the world to commit suicide. For the past 11 years, blue-collar worker Chen Si has been patrolling this bridge every day, watching out for people who've gone there to end their lives. With no formal training, he has saved over 300 people since he began; earning him the nickname the Angel of Nanjing.
Online
2016; 2015
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My Jihad

As violence continues to spread throughout the Middle East, a growing number of young Muslims from all over Europe are leaving their home towns to fight for ISIS. In the last year alone over 400 young Belgians have traveled to Syria. This film visits the region of Vilvoorde to investigate why so many young Belgians are becoming radicalized, and how leaders of the Muslim community are attempting to combat it.
Online
2016; 2015