Futó sorozat 2013.04 - 2018.12 | 30 perc @Showtime, US
Magyarul: Vice - Félelmetes, furcsa, abszurd
Alkotó: Shane Smith
What the future of Afghanistan may hold now that American troops are leaving after more than 19 years of war; The major players helping to arm and train Black Americans with guns and why arming up as a Black person can carry unique and deadly risks.
In 2020, Nigerian demonstrators were gunned down at one of the largest and deadliest protests in a generation. It was a deadly turning point of the #EndSARS movement. Alzo Slade meets the young Nigerians at the center of the movement, and those involved in the crackdown against them; The events of Jan. 6th have been described by many government officials as the closest America has come in centuries to a military coup. Seb Walker sits down with top Trump administration officials to understand what was really going on in those chaotic days.
The US-backed President in Haiti has been accused of corruption and has reportedly used violent gangs to intimidate dissenting citizens. Jason Motlagh embeds with the leader of the gangs to uncover the relationship between the government and recent violence; The housing crisis in America has grown for decades. When eviction moratoriums are lifted, 30 million Americans could face the prospect of having no place to live. Ben Solomon meets those pulled into the cycle of homelessness: from eviction to living on the fringes of society.
As thousands of migrants make their way toward the United States, many face a grueling 60-mile hike along the Columbia-Panama border through one of the world's most dangerous jungles. Paola Ramos travels to El Darién to meet with migrants facing robbery, rape, and death on the road north; The police-worn body camera is a potent weapon against police brutality, but while sales have skyrocketed, it has yet to fulfill its promise as a silver bullet. Krishna Andavolu investigates body camera functionality, usage, legislation, and impact.
VICE journalists continue their deep-dive worldwide mission to cover untold stories of social justice, civil rights and identity, going places most media outlets ignore and finding the stories that matter most. Get ready for another powerful mix of adrenaline and top-quality reportage as we go behind the headlines and off the map to tell the dangerous truth about the world we live in.
Isobel Yeung gains rare access to the frontlines of Marib and explores how the escalation in Yemen's conflict is impacting its most vulnerable citizens— children; Krishna Andavolu reports on how parents across the country who use pot can face losing custody of their kids even in states where it has been legalized.
With unprecedented access in Iran and Iraq, Suroosh Alvi investigates a sprawling shadow war for the heart of the Middle East; Alzo Slade travels throughout the Bible Belt to see how the evangelical community is grappling with a post-Trump world and shaping the next chapter of the conservative religious landscape.