There are "islands" among the islands of the USVI. From food education and food independence through farming to a center for technology, we meet the people who are turning vulnerabilities into strengths.
Charleston has many diverse communities. We get introduced to some Jewish, Gullah and LGBTQ+ activists who have pushed for recognition of their influence in the city's history, arts and cultural scene.
Money may be the root of all evil, but it can do a lot of good too. We ask what is the role of capital in doing good? And where better to ask than Wall Street. We also follow an NYC Food Bank meal from its origins as a donation at a food distribution site to its final destination with someone in need.
Be prepared to have Iraq open up to you in an amazing way. From a holy yazidi temple in Kurdistan to the "court of churches" in Mosul's old city we get a glimpse of Northern Iraq's cultural and religiously pluralistic past. Finally, a diverse group of Iraqis comes together to form an eastern orchestra that performs ancient assyrian songs.
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