VICE season 6
VICE season 6 episodes list:
Having grown up in Brooklyn's Vanderveer projects, Williams has seen first-hand how family and close friends have been swept up in the criminal justice system at an early age. In "Raised in the System," Williams meets with his nephew Dominic, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison for second-degree murder at age 19, and his cousin Niven, who entered the prison system age 14, was released with restrictions preventing him from returning to his family, and ultimately fell back into crime. In Baltimore, Williams reunites with Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, his former co-star on the HBO series "The Wire," who describes how her life was transformed after being sent to a maximum security facility for adult women as a teenager.
Leaders and civilians on both sides of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict discuss the United States' plan to move its embassy to Jerusalem; investigating the blurry legal boundaries of facial recognition technology.
Correspondent Isobel Yeung looks at how the Libyan revolution is failing; correspondent Michael Moynihan investigates blockchain technology and its ability to revolutionize how business is done on the internet and beyond.
Gianna Toboni sees how some teachers are taking up arms to protect school students, and explores the deep divisions in America that make it seem nearly impossible to prevent events such as the Parkland, Fla., school shooting.
Gianna Toboni travels to the Myanmar-Bangladesh border to investigate what the future holds for the world's most persecuted minority; correspondent Aris Roussinos joins U.N. peacekeepers on a peacekeeping operation across the lawless Sahara desert.
Iran exerts its growing influence over the war-torn country of Iraq ahead of parliamentary elections; the dangers facing viticulture, and what they mean for agriculture everywhere.
Russian voters, political candidates and opposition figures reveal how democracy works in the country; the United States' elimination of funding for any nongovernmental organization providing abortion-related services impacts women in Uganda.
The cutting-edge research behind 3D printing innovations; nuclear physicist Taylor Wilson explores one of civilization's most perplexing questions.
An exploration of how big pharmaceuticals are impacting Americans. A visit to Puerto Rico, where many residents are still reeling from the devastating impact of Hurricane Maria.
Over four million U.S.-born children living in the United States have at least one undocumented immigrant parent
Thomas Morton explores how bad our infrastructure is crumbling—and if Trump is really keeping his promises. Then, Krishna Andavolu heads to India to explore what may indeed be the world's next Silicon Valley.
One year after the explosive allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the #MeToo movement has impacted everything from Supreme Court nominees and workplace culture to sex and dating. Isobel Yeung takes a searing, personal look at how we define consent, hold assailants accountable and start to move forward.
Mystical voodoo rituals and professional wrestling converge in Catch Fétiche, a popular, polarizing sport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Until recently it was an all-male pursuit, but women have been getting into the ring lately, pushing the definition of gender roles in a country where violence against women is high. Dexter Thomas travels to Kinshasa to see the battles firsthand and meet the women who are emerging as the sport's new champions.
With more than 20,000 homicides so far, 2018 is on track to be Mexico's deadliest year on record. In a country where over 90% of crimes go unsolved, searching for truth and justice can make you a target. Civilians, journalists and politicians have been intimidated and killed, or have disappeared. Gianna Toboni investigates the roots of this spiraling murder rate and meets the people who refuse to be silenced.
Over the last year, the Trump administration has increased its efforts to crack down on asylum in America. Citing widespread abuse and fraud in the system, the administration narrowed protections for those fleeing domestic and gang violence, an action that disproportionately affects people from Central America. Krishna Andavolu traveled to Central America and the U.S. southern border to see the effect of these policy changes on the fates of thousands of asylum seekers.
After nearly four years of war in Yemen, at least 10,000 civilians have been killed, while millions more have fled their homes and now face famine and disease. The situation is so dire that the UN has described it as the world's worst humanitarian disaster. The crisis was created in large part by U.S. allies Saudi Arabia and the UAE, who have used U.S.-supplied weapons and planes to turn Yemen into a living hell. Ben Anderson returns to the country, where he obtains access to the various groups waging war for the Saudi- and Emirati-led coalition, and sees the devastating effects of chaotic fighting and indiscriminate bombing on civilians.
Throughout human history, doomsayers - people predicting the end of the world - have lived largely on the fringes of society. Today, however, the doomsday industry is thriving, thanks to TV shows, movies, hyperpartisan politics and the news media. With the country's collective anxiety on the rise, even the nation's wealthiest citizens are jumping on board, spending millions of dollars on survival readiness in preparation for unknown calamities. Thomas Morton sets out to see how people across the country are planning to weather the coming storm.
California is experiencing its worst wildfire season in a decade, and November's Camp Fire was the deadliest, most destructive fire in the state's recorded history. While the increasingly severe effects of climate change are partially to blame, another culprit may also be at play, according to a new government report. Gianna Toboni travels to the scorched town of Paradise to learn how California can survive a future of deadlier fires.