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Out of Reach
Undocumented Immigrants and Reproductive Rights
Part of the Series: America Divided

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The Class Divide - Battle to Fix Inequality in Education
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The Epidemic - Addiction and Deindustrialization
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Democracy for Sale - Money in Politics and Voting Rights
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The System - Policing and Mass Incarceration
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Out of Reach - Undocumented Immigrants and Reproductive Rights
As the fate of some 11 million undocumented immigrants has become the political football of the 2016 campaign, actress America Ferrera heads to Texas, the state with the longest border…
Something in the Water - The Flint Water Crisis
While most people are aware of the basic contours of the Flint water story, AMERICA DIVIDED goes deeper. Correspondent Rosario Dawson investigates how a government could poison its own citizens,…
Home Economics - Domestic Workers and Labor
Amy Poehler ventures into the world of the invisible women who help keep the California economy afloat: domestic workers. What she finds is a human story far more complex than…

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