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Derveni: “There’s no help”

BPR Media explores the trials facing refugees in a four part documentary series filmed within the Derveni Camp in Greece. The first episode, “There’s No Help”, explores the disillusionment of people within the camp with the UN, EU, and refugee ...

Derveni: “There’s no help”

BPR Media explores the trials facing refugees in a four part documentary series filmed within the Derveni Camp in Greece. The first episode, “There’s No Help”, explores the disillusionment of people within the camp with the UN, EU, and refugee ...

Slavery and Justice at Brown University

Video by Zack Goldstein, Julie Pham, and Chris Wong Ten years after the publication of the Slavery and Justice report, which detailed Brown’s relationship with the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, what has changed? Explore how this history is remembered...

Slavery and Justice at Brown University

Video by Zack Goldstein, Julie Pham, and Chris Wong Ten years after the publication of the Slavery and Justice report, which detailed Brown’s relationship with the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, what has changed? Explore how this history is remembered...

Choosing the Next UN Secretary General

With Ban Ki-Moon’s term coming to an end this year, learn more about the process to pick the next Secretary General of the United Nations with this update from the BPR Media Team. Video by Rachel Markell, Julie Pham, and Drew To...

Choosing the Next UN Secretary General

With Ban Ki-Moon’s term coming to an end this year, learn more about the process to pick the next Secretary General of the United Nations with this update from the BPR Media Team. Video by Rachel Markell, Julie Pham, and Drew To...

Policing Providence: The Community Safety Act

In July, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo signed into law legislation aimed at curbing racial profiling in law enforcement. Unsatisfied with the extent of the legislation, community organizations in Providence came together to create the Communi...

Policing Providence: The Community Safety Act

In July, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo signed into law legislation aimed at curbing racial profiling in law enforcement. Unsatisfied with the extent of the legislation, community organizations in Providence came together to create the Communi...

Are our living wages livable?

Whether or not to raise the minimum wage is a central point of contention in the nationwide debate on the economy and income inequality.  BPR’s Media Team explores the impact of minimum wage on both workers and businesses. Video by Indira Pran...

Are our living wages livable?

Whether or not to raise the minimum wage is a central point of contention in the nationwide debate on the economy and income inequality.  BPR’s Media Team explores the impact of minimum wage on both workers and businesses. Video by Indira Pran...

A Place of Our Own

In Rhode Island, 1 out of every 200 people is homeless. With limited resources, grassroots organizations are working to ensure that the voices of the homeless are heard. In this op-doc, BPR’s Media Team explores how individuals who have experie...

A Place of Our Own

In Rhode Island, 1 out of every 200 people is homeless. With limited resources, grassroots organizations are working to ensure that the voices of the homeless are heard. In this op-doc, BPR’s Media Team explores how individuals who have experie...

(Don’t) Send Your Kid to the Ivy League

This past July, William Deresiewicz’s article, “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League,” and his criticism of elite universities sparked a nationwide conversation on the value of these institutions and their failure as engines ...

(Don’t) Send Your Kid to the Ivy League

This past July, William Deresiewicz’s article, “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League,” and his criticism of elite universities sparked a nationwide conversation on the value of these institutions and their failure as engines ...