This candid short doc features interviews with Black women who have experienced or are currently coping with a mental-health crisis, with Black therapists offering insight into the particular challenges that Black women face.
An introduction to the Orphan Train Movement through the experience of one train rider, this film is shot in the style of the 1930s and uses actors and historical footage to depict real-life individuals and their stories.
Jacqueline Williams, a former resident of Kinloch — the first and largest all-black incorporated city in Missouri — shares her personal memories of being raised in this suburb of St. Louis.
Tracy Spitznagle, a Washington University professor of physical therapy, travels to Mekelle, Ethiopia, with her team to teach a women’s health course to local PT students.
Working with Washington University colleague Sarah Baitzel, an assistant professor of archeology, climate scientist Bronwen Konecky travels to one of the largest high-altitude lakes in the world — Lake Sibinacocha in Peru — to unlock a climate mystery.