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Unraveling the Madness of Kanye West

In today's musical landscape there are few artists more polarising than Kanye West. Unlike most entertainers, it's Kanye's unparalleled boldness that simultaneously propels him to new heights whilst fracturing his betrayal in the media. Leaving little room for nuance or public perception, you either love the man or hate him.Whether it's throwing his support behind Donald Trump or stealing th

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How Trump Supporters Took the U.S. Capitol

They came from all 50 states out of some sense of patriotic duty to protest an election they believed was stolen. Their day of action was January 6th, 2021, a day when Congress would count electoral ballots and ratify the 2020 results. For some, it was just a rally for their president, but for others that attended it was a call to arms.In the weeks leading up to the rally, there were over a

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The Struggle For Oil

In April 2010, the drilling rig deepwater horizon blew up in the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 780 million liters of crude oil poured into the Gulf, unleashing the most severe ecological disaster in the history of the United States. Is our insatiable thirst for all this oil driving us into these catastrophes?Still, we are floating in energy, making the day out of night and oil is the motor o

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Prison State

There are 2.3 million people locked up in the United States, around half of these people have been sentenced for nonviolent crimes. These inmates are literally costing states billions of dollars each year that they can't afford. In this FRONTLINE special we are taken inside one of America's neighborhoods where getting locked up is just simply a part of everyday life. We see how the system is desi

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No-Go Zones: Seven Mile Road, Detroit, USA

Seven Mile Road located in Detroit is one of the most dangerous no-go zones in the United States. Those who live or dare to come here to visit are literally playing with their lives. It is a territory ruled by the Seven Mile Bloods, one of the most notorious gangs in the city. A gang comprised of drug dealers, hustlers, killers, and thieves prepared to do whatever it takes to defend their territo

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Killing Gaza

Killing Gaza is a film created by two independent journalists Max Blumenthal and Dan Cohen, it is a detailed account of Israel’s 2014 assault on Gaza, a conflict that lasted 7 weeks (8 July – 26 August 2014) and was one of the deadliest seen between the Palestinians and Israel in decades. This film reveals the terrible events that took place throughout the war and its horrific aftermath. As the t

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Evidently… John Cooper Clarke

John Cooper Clarke is an English performance poet, who first became famous as a "punk poet" in the late 1970s. This documentary film is a celebration of his life and works, examining his life as a poet, a comedian, a recording artist and revealing how he has remained a significant influence on contemporary culture over four decades.Through a number of interviews with household names from the

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Tinder: A Predators’ Playground

Currently millions of people are actively looking for partners on the dating app known as Tinder, an app that has changed how an entire generation meets new people. This catalog of love interests at our fingertips has obvious appeal, but the app that's made meeting up with strangers completely normal is hiding a sinister problem.It would seem as though one of the top-earning apps in the worl

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Charles Ponzi

Boston Massachusetts, 1920 a brash and colorful Italian immigrant Charles Ponzi, promises investors that he can give them a 50% profit on their money in 45 days or double their money in 90 days. He explains his idea, an arbitrage in the foreign exchange markets that seems low risk and highly profitable and unlike most con men it appears that he may well have believed in his own scheme.Over a

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