AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

Commuted | Danielle Metz

Danielle Metz, who received three life sentences plus 20 years as a first time nonviolent offender, talks about her separation from her family - a young son and daughter, and her dream of returning home to them.

Commuted | Danielle Metz


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    Freedom Hill

    S16 E4 - 47m 23s

    Princeville, NC sits atop wet, swampy land along the river. In the 1800s, the land was deemed uninhabitable by white people. After the Civil War, this indifference left it available for freed enslaved Africans. Once called ‘Freedom Hill,’ it was gradually established as an all Black town. But the town has been inundated with flooding...and with each flood, a little more of the small town erodes.

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    Supa Modo

    S16 E2 - 1h 17m

    Jo, a witty 9-year-old terminally ill girl, is taken back to her rural village of Maweni to live out the rest of her short life. Her only comfort during these dull times are her dreams of being a superhero, which prove to be something her rebellious teenage sister Mwix, overprotective mother Kathryn and entire community believe they can fulfill.

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    Kati Kati

    S16 E3 - 1h 18m

    When Kaleche wakes up in the middle of the wilderness, she has no idea why or how she got there. She makes her way to Kati Kati where she meets a motley crew living under the leadership of Thoma. As Kaleche strikes up a quick friendship with him, she discovers that Thoma is a very special person at this mysterious place: Kati Kati is inhabited by the souls of dead people waiting for redemption.

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