Daphne Howland

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  • 17 days ago | Film and TV

    You may think you know the great American retailer that changed the very nature of commerce, offering everything under the sun at low prices for delivery to your doorstep. It wasn't Amazon, though, but Sears, Roebuck & Co. that first took reta...

  • 6 months ago

    A Convenient Truth, a mockumentary that sends up corporate and political can-do-ism, lame energy policy, and maybe the documentary genre itself, is a tad late to the party. We have many projects of this ilk, from the quarter-century-old The Onion ...

  • A Convenient Truth, a mockumentary that sends up corporate and political can-do-ism, lame energy policy, and maybe the documentary genre itself, is a tad late to the party. We have many projects of this ilk, from the quarter-century-old...

  • Robert Reich must be appalled. Reich, an economist who's served in the administrations of three presidents and an outspoken critic of the roles of governments and corporations in furthering economic inequality, is also one of the more prominent...

  • 9 months ago

    Robert Reich must be appalled. Reich, an economist who’s served in the administrations of three presidents and an outspoken critic of the roles of governments and corporations in furthering economic inequality, is also one of the more promin...

  • "To me it means life, it means memories," says Gerardo Reyes Chavez, a farmworker advocate featured in the documentary Food Chains. He's talking about food itself. Director Sanjay Rawal follows the activism of Chavez and the Coalition of...

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