Impact University: Short Films & Videos

Integration

Housing Bias and the Roots of Segregation >

Haberman, Clyde. (2016-09-19, The New York Times): In 1976, Chicago provided vouchers to African-American families to move into predominantly white suburbs. Retro Report examines what happened, and how it influences policy today.

Economics of Poverty

Race – The Power of an Illusion: How the Racial Wealth Gap Was Created >

Excerpts from California Newsreel's acclaimed three-part documentary series, Race-The Power of an Illusion.

Economics of Poverty

A Migrant Farmworker’s Words for Trump >

Reyna arrived to the United States in 1999 at the age of 14. She immediately began working on a conventional farm, where there was extensive use of chemical pesticides. "We don't see a lot of justice for our environment," she says in this short film, Una Mala Hierba.

Health Care Policy

The Health-Care Cost of Homelessness >

In the past year, Los Angeles has dedicated billions of dollars towards housing the homeless. The effort is, in part, aimed at addressing the city's exorbitant health-care spending on this population.

Criminal Justice

Hometown >

Alan King, Sr., 37, has lived in the Frayser neighborhood of North Memphis for nearly three decades. In his own words, Alan details his troubled adolescence and how he and…

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