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Earthrise: What It’s Like to Escape Our Planet | Op-Docs

Earthrise: What It’s Like to Escape Our Planet | Op-Docs From CBS New York in color Face the Nation spontaneous and unrehearsed news interview with the Apollo 8 astronauts, Colonel Frank Borman, the command pilot of the mission Captain James level was log more hours in space than any other man and Lieutenant Colonel William, […]

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Why My Family Lived On Diamonds and Lies | Op-Docs

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Inside a Sanctuary City’s ICE Raid Hotline | Op-Docs

hi Adam are you Ebola rapid response online to help all immigrants or just Spanish Arabic and Chinese are you calling about an ice raid potential I’m just concerned I’m from a European country I wondered if you helped Europeans are just Spanish Arabic and Chinese we help anyone who is involved with a nice […]

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Escaping Auschwitz: I Have a Message for You | Op-Docs

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How Health Care Makes Disability a Trap | Op-Docs

America’s the place for people that freedom to move where they want to work to be close to family can build the life they want at least that’s not supposed to be but people with disabilities can be denied that for you and end up in the disability trap this is me I’m a documentary […]

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