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Since its 1988 premiere, this critically acclaimed documentary series has presented hundreds of films that put a human face on contemporary social issues by relating a compelling story in an intimate fashion. "POV" has won virtually every major film and broadcasting award available, including 34 Emmys, 19 Peabody Awards and three Oscars.

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Two children recover from enslavement to fishermen in a rehabilitation shelter in Ghana.

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