Generation Change interviews adjudicated and at-risk Trenton city youth focusing on how they would solve current problems in their community such as building positive relationships with law enforcement and local government.
Generation Change: Common Ground
Common Ground brings law enforcement and youths together as they take an opportunity to network, connect, and understand one another by building positive relationships. They discuss how to handle encounters with one another and overcome historically, negative interactions that have resulted in distrust, a lack of respect and violence on both sides. Moderated by Alicia Nieves.
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DBX: The Series
Doyle Burk is a junkie, a war vet, and a human blood bank for his symbiotic counterpart Mac 5, an artificially intelligent cyborg. When Doyle escapes the confides of “The Institution,” he must figure out how to severe his symbiotic relationship from Mac 5 before being recaptured.
Black Like Me
In a grand jury hearing to determine if two police officers will be tried for murder, Darnell Williams must tell the story of how his brother, Derrick, a 16-year-old who suffers from autism, was shot in an alleyway. With the guidance of prosecuting attorney Alexandra Palamara and the expertise of autism specialist Dr. Michele Isen, Darnell confronts the fatal day, discusses autism, and reflects on the relationship he had with his brother.
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Mother is the first in a series of Death with Dignity-themed short films. When Hannah is diagnosed with terminal cancer, she must make the hardest decision of her life - to die with dignity. Making the news, Hannah tells the nation why she made her choice. The film stars Darlene Violette, Kelly Driscoll, and Katrina Szish.
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