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Small Town, Big Heart 


In this episode of Real America with Jorge Ramos on Facebook Watch we travel to Clarkston, GA, known as the most ethnically diverse square mile in the U.S. While touring the town with Mayor Ted Terry, Jorge meets the residents who are living proof that diversity not only works, but makes us better.

John Moore Wants to Change the World with His Photos

Jorge Ramos travels to Connecticut to interview Getty Images special correspondent John Moore where the pair discuss the photographer’s nearly 30 year career and that controversial TIME magazine cover, which put a spotlight on family separation.

Then, we take you behind the scenes as John heads to Guatemala to document and witness the reunification of families impacted by President Trump’s zero tolerance policy on immigration.

Generation Gun

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Jorge Ramos brings together students from high schools in Chicago, New Mexico and Parkland, Florida, to have a an open and honest dialogue about something their parents’ generation couldn’t: GUNS

2018 Green Eyeshade Awards: First Place in Documentaries category

Undocumented on Campus
WATCH THE NAKED TRUTH: UNDOCUMENTED ON CAMPUS ONLY ON FUSION

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Meet Goya: One of America’s Oldest Hispanic-Owned Food Companies

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You may be surprised to learn that one of America’s oldest food companies is best known for its canned beans and packaged rice varieties.

 

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Will the Unique Culture of Miami’s Coconut Grove Survive?

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With its artsy vibe, lush landscapes and free-roaming peacocks, Coconut Grove has long been known as a bohemian paradise.

Award winning: How The World Bank broke its promise to protect the poor

Investigation: The World Bank broke its promise to protect the poor
Investigation: The World Bank broke its promise to protect the poor

 

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