This Hispanic Heritage Month, WORLD Channel puts the spotlight on issues of inequity while celebrating the triumphs and joys of the Latinx community across borders through our collection of films.
In FIVE YEARS NORTH, Luis is an undocumented Guatemalan boy who arrives alone in New York City with little support and many responsibilities; Judy is a Cuban American and Puerto Rican veteran ICE agent who must weigh the human cost of her work against the future her family would face without her paycheck.
What does life in the American South and Puerto Rico look like for people of color? From the COVID-19 pandemic to racial reckonings, experience life through the lens of filmmakers from communities of color in HINDSIGHT.
Twenty years ago, 9/11 changed the world. People struggled to make sense of the terrible acts, and to rebuild their lives in its aftermath. After the death of his father, David Filipov goes to Afghanistan where a Pop-Tart takes on a whole new meaning; psychology professor Michael Sargent confronts his biases on an airplane; and Jude Treder-Wolff finds seeds of hope to fuel her work as a therapist.
Dismantle the racism that underscores the mental healthcare industry. By focusing its gaze on the transformative work of therapists and individuals of color, this digital series calls for a redressal of the ways in which we define psychiatric illness and health.