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May 21 · Issue #26 · View online

Curated links to the very best documentaries

Hello again, Rocumentalists
Say hello toย Issue #29 โ€” another nutritious meal for your brain space.ย 
Today we bring you two more important documentaries.
First up โ€” Super Polluters explains how a minority of industrial facilities, are a disproportionate source of pollution.ย Our planet is in desperate need of remedial action.ย 
Dark Days, our second pick this week, is a classic documentary shedding light on the homeless community living below New York.

Super Polluters [Micro Doc] โ˜…โ˜…โ˜…โ˜…
It is a scientific fact that human pollutants are damaging our planet.
Super Polluters is a term used to refer to a tiny number of Americaโ€™s industrial sites producing โ€˜more greenhouse gases than all the passenger cars in the country combinedโ€™.ย 
This important documentary by The Weather Channel and The Center for Public Integrity explores the effect of Super Polluters on our world, the surrounding community and those campaigning against them. (11 mins)
Watch it now on Vimeo
Dark Days โ˜…โ˜…โ˜…โ˜…
Shot in black and white, this iconic documentary by Marc Singer unearths the lives of New Yorkโ€™s hidden homeless community, living deep inside the cityโ€™s abandoned railroad tunnel. (82 mins)
Watch it now on Netflix
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