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Culture & Society
History

Violent Borders

Reece Jones

Geopolitics expert Reece Jones analyzes the global refugee crisis with a focus on walls and international border security.

Business
Marketing & Sales

Viral Marketing and How to Craft Contagious Content

Jonah Berger

Create a viral marketing campaign with this course from best-selling author and marketing professor Jonah Berger.

Lifestyle

Virgo

Sally Kirkman

Expert astrologer Sally Kirkman outlines the personality traits and relational tendencies that make people with the Virgo sun sign unique, organized, and service-oriented.

Science & Environment

Virunga

Orlando von Einsiedel

Directed by Orlando von Einsiedel, this 2014 documentary showcases the beauty and bounty of Virunga National Park, a World Heritage Site, and the great measures required to protect it.

Science & Environment

Viruses & How to Beat Them

Jonathan Gershoni, Tel Aviv University

Learn the science behind the fascinating microscopic world of cellular life, viruses, and the immune system, in this online course from Tel Aviv University.

Culture & Society

Visible: Breakthroughs

Ryan White

In this episode of Visible: Out on Television, an Apple TV+ series from director Ryan White, actors and producers look back on monumental moments for LGBTQ+ characters on TV, starting with Ellen DeGeneres.

Culture & Society
History

Visible: Television as a Tool

Ryan White

In this episode of Ryan White's 2020 documentary series, Visible: Out on Television, actors and activists discuss how pioneering American LGBTQ+ voices advocated for their rights and for their stories to be told on television in the 1970s.

Culture & Society
Health & Fitness
History

Visible: The Epidemic

Ryan White

Narrated by actor Asia Kate Dillon, this episode of director Ryan White's documentary series Visible: Out on Television looks at how the HIV/AIDS epidemic was showcased on American television.

Science & Environment
Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy
Arts & Design

Visual Thinking

Temple Grandin Ph.D

In this book, author, autism spokesperson, and professor of animal science Temple Grandin makes a case for visual thinkers, using her first-hand experience to explain why neurodiversity is essential for society.

Biographies
History
Culture & Society

Vladimir Putin: The Other Mr. President

This American Life, Ira Glass

In this February 2022 episode of This American Life, Ira Glass revisits a 2017 episode featuring journalists and ordinary Russians discussing President Vladimir Putin, how he came to power, and his popularity.

History

Wages of Rebellion

Chris Hedges

Journalist Chris Hedges investigates activists and political movements in the U.S. to identify the factors that lead to revolutions, what drives people to rebel against the status quo, and how activism can successfully change society.

Culture & Society

Waiting for 'Superman'

Davis Guggenheim

Waiting for 'Superman' is a documentary that critically examines the many different aspects of the American public education system, as told through the perspectives of the students and families struggling to navigate it.

Culture & Society

Wake Up

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan takes on the modern dilemma of a liberal society in which irrelevant anger, performative activism, and deep polarization overshadow serious problems like a healthcare crisis, looming wars, climate change, and the coronavirus pandemic.

Mind & Philosophy

Waking Up

Sam Harris

At a time when 20% of Americans consider themselves 'spiritual but not religious,' Waking Up asks whether a solidly secular perspective can still embrace the unknown.

Personal Growth
Science & Environment

Walden

Henry David Thoreau

Walden details Henry David Thoreau's two-year stay in a self-built cabin by a lake in the woods, sharing what he learned about solitude, nature, work, thinking and fulfillment during his break from modern city life.

Culture & Society

Walk in My Combat Boots

James Patterson, Matt Eversmann

James Patterson and Matt Eversmann share firsthand accounts of veterans and their military service, including their experiences of training, combat, and returning home.

Mind & Philosophy

Walk with Me

Thict Nhat Hanh, Marc J Francis, Max Pugh

Directors Marc J. Francis and Max Pugh transport viewers to the Plum Village community, where activist and Zen Buddhist Master Thích Nhất Hạnh taught students how to practice mindfulness and inner peace.

Mind & Philosophy
Religion & Spirituality
Personal Growth

Walking Between the Worlds

Judith M. Campbell

Liberate your spirit by making time for your 'self' and awaken to a healthier, more balanced way of living and walking in this world as you learn a hands-on self-care practice to meditate and heal.

Culture & Society
History
Biographies

Wandering in Strange Lands

Morgan Jerkins

Morgan Jerkins uncovers the complicated past of her ancestors and reflects on the experiences of the millions of African Americans who moved north during the Great Migration.

Parenting & Relationships

Want Me

Tracy Clark-Flory

Sex and relationship columnist Tracy Clark-Flory investigates the sexual exploration of her youth and the cultural influences that encouraged unhealthy attitudes about her body and her relationships.

Business
Career & Success
Personal Growth

Wanting

Luke Burgis

American entrepreneur Luke Burgis introduces the work of French historian and philosopher René Girard to a broader audience, using Girard's theory of mimetic desire to explain why humans want what we want.

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