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Skip-Day-high-school-friendship-and-everyday-racism-in-Floridavideo
Intimate glimpses of one very special day in the lives of high-school seniors from an industrial corner of the Florida Everglades: prom’s over, the future is uncertain, and the irresistible pull of the beach makes the long-time friends drive 60 miles to chill, pose and revel in the waves....
Marielle-and-Monica-the-LGBT-activists-resisting-Bolsonaros-Brazilvideo
Marielle Franco, Brazilian LGBT and human rights activist, was killed in March 2018. Her widow, Monica Benicio, continued her fight for better treatment of the poor, the LGBT community and black Brazilians. Her murder has still not been solved and as the police investigation drifts, Monica is a plunged...
The-Christian-volunteers-doing-police-work-in-Reading-Ill-ask-God-to-intervenevideo
As government cuts affect police numbers, Reading is feeling the pinch. With one officer claiming there are 'very serious jobs, for instance stabbings, that we cannot get to', Thames Valley police have turned to a group of Christian volunteers to help them police the town centre on Friday and Saturday...
Why-are-England39s-schools-at-breaking-pointvideo
According to the government, schools in England are getting more funding than ever. Teachers, however, say they are having to cut staff, classes, equipment and even parts of the curriculum. Sonia Sodha takes a closer look at the issue to uncover the truth Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ►...
Why-did-the-fishing-industry-vote-for-Brexit-Today-in-Focus-Podcastvideo
At the time of the EU referendum in June 2016, a poll suggested that 92% of the fishing industry voted to leave the European Union. The question of fishing rights has remained a sticking point in negotiations ever since. Sam Wollaston spent four days onboard a trawler to find...
2018-in-100-seconds-how-the-Guardians-global-coverage-changed-the-storyvideo
The support of our readers has made it possible for us to expose the Windrush scandal, the data breach that threatened to bring down Facebook, to cover the legalisation of abortion in Ireland, the rise of the far right across Europe and far more besides. With your help, we...
2018-in-100-seconds-how-the-Guardians-US-news-coverage-changed-the-storyvideo
The support of our readers has made it possible for us to cover tensions at the Mexican border, the data breach that threatened to bring down Facebook, shifts in the gun control debate, and much more besides. With your help, we can continue to hold power to account and...
Big-data-why-should-you-carevideo
In the second episode of Five Minute Masterminds, the author and broadcaster Timandra Harkness introduces big data, explaining how big it actually is, its impact on recent political elections and how it can change your life  Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ► http://is.gd/subscribeguardian Can we all move to Mars? Prof Martin Rees on space...
2018-in-100-seconds-how-the-Guardians-US-news-coverage-changed-the-storyvideo
The support of our readers has made it possible for us to cover tensions at the Mexican border, the data breach that threatened to bring down Facebook, shifts in the gun control debate, and much more besides. With your help, we can continue to hold power to account and...
How-a-quick-sterilisation-took-five-years-of-my-lifevideo
Jan Faulkner, a mother of five, says she suffered loss of bladder control and mobility after having the Essure contraceptive device implanted. Speaking after it was removed, she explains how she got her life back with the help of other women on Facebook who have experienced a similar ordeal  Contraceptive implant...