At the River I Stand. 1993. Directed by David Appleby, Allison Graham, and Steven Ross. California Newsreel.

Documentary on the sixty-five-day strike of 1,300 Memphis sanitation workers.


Day Job. Film-maker Sara Hopman. Media That Matters.

Web series addressing the experiences of a woman who worked at a job she did not liked.


Do You Speak American. 2005. MacNeil/Lehrer Productions. (Contains a section on discrimination on the basis of language/dialect.)

Examines the evolution of English speaking in the United States.


Labor Women. 2002. Film-maker Renee Tajima-Pena. Center for Asian American Media.

Documentary about immigrant women transforming the labor movement in the United States.


Maid in America. 2005. Film-makers Anayansi Prado and Kevin Leadingham. Impacto Films.

Documentary about housekeepers and nannies in Los Angeles.


Race and Labor Market Discrimination. Excerpt from Freakonomics. 2010. Magnolia Pictures.

Documentary on Mullainathan’s experiment addressing discrimination in the labor market.


America Divided Series: Home Economics. 2016. Executive producers Norman Lear, Shonda Rhimes, and Common. Epix.

Documentary featuring narratives about inequality in education, housing, healthcare, labor, criminal justice, and the political system.