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|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI - We're Going to the Courthouse! - Jimmy||Carlyle Brown||
Jimmy sees the plight of his Mississippi brethren and finds he has a gift for convincing people to vote.
|Tiara - Bride To Be||Kirby Fields||
A trophy wife confronts her mother on the night before her wedding.
|IN THE NAME OF SALOMÉ - Salomé||Marco Antonio Rodriguez||
A young female poet living in the oppressive times of 1800's Dominican Republic confronts her father about wanting to reveal her politically charged poetry to the world.
|And You Burn Still||Matt Dawson||
Your heart is built out of the cold dust of ancient stars. Literally.
|Excuse me?! - Allie||Juan Ramirez, Jr.||
Allie puts a former classmate in their place after overhearing a remark.
|DAFFODILS - I Will Never Let You Go - Rain||Daniel Guyton||
Rain comforts her fiancé with an amazing story of her mother’s love.
|LINDA (Extended Version)||Diana Burbano||
A young Latina finds her inner superhero.
|Flask - Peyton||Scott Mullen||
Peyton speaks up at an AA meeting about family, Dad’s flask, and digging up his grave.
|THE STORIES OF US - What Does That Even Mean? - Black Enough||Jelisa Jay Robinson||
Black American woman talks about the bias she experiences for learning Spanish.
|MORIR SONYANDO - Felix||Erlina Ortiz||
Felix recounts his experience surviving a violent household.
|FINDING FLOYD - Skeets||Mark Stein||
It's 1925. A reporter trapped in a cave, phoning in a story, doesn’t know it will soon become national front page news.
|FAKE - The Seamstress - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
Camila describes the seemingly humble sketch drawn by her aunt, the famous Cuban Artist Amelia Pelaez, that brought her into the elite art scene.
|ON OUR MOON - Jordan||Charlie James Cote||
A nerdy guy lets his nerves get the better of him on a date with his new boyfriend.
|DENIM DOVES - Husband [EXPLICIT]||Adrienne Dawes||
Sixth Wife mysteriously appears. Husband is smitten.
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