In Why We’re Polarized, the editor-at-large and cofounder of Vox reveals the structural and psychological forces behind America’s descent into division and dysfunction and what that polarization has done to the way we see the world and one another.
This feature documentary follows the stories of three women in a re-entry house as they attempt to acclimate to life after being released from incarceration and battling addiction. A Q&A with co-director Hannah Dweck and others connected to the film follows the screening.
In Arguing with Zombies: Economics, Politics, and the Fight for a Better Future, the Nobel Prize–winning economist offers an accessible and compelling introduction to today’s major policy issues within the context of a wider debate in the 2020 election year.
Keaton and her brother Randy were close at a young age, until Randy became troubled and reclusive, leading a life away from his sister’s and their family. Brother & Sister contemplates the inner workings of families and the bond between siblings, even when pulled far apart.
President Obama’s former communications director, the co-host of “Pod Save America,” and the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Yes We (Still) Can offers a political playbook for fixing our democracy with Un-Trumping America: A Plan to Make America a Democracy Again.