The Scene on Radio podcast is produced at the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization affiliated with Duke University.
Season 2, Seeing White, was nominated for a 2017 Peabody Award and has struck a chord with listeners around the world, who have found the content—exploring the history and meaning of whiteness—fascinating, eye-opening, and invaluable as a teaching tool. After numerous requests for additional resources, full transcripts of Seeing White, as well as a discussion guide and bibliography, are now available on the podcast’s website.
Season 3, MEN, examines sexism, misogyny, and patriarchy in America and also includes a discussion guide and bibliography.
Season 4, The Land That Never Has Been Yet, examines the history of American Democracy.
Please make a gift today to support the creation of vital documentary work like Seeing White and MEN.
Founded in 1989, CDS was the country’s first institution dedicated to documentary expression as a mode of inquiry and catalyst for social change. CDS is today the preeminent place to learn, make, and share documentary across all mediums—photography, film, writing, audio, experimental and new media.
Producing first-rate documentary work requires skilled makers and a great deal of time, travel, equipment, and research. Your tax-deductible gift will allow CDS to continue creating and sharing stories that help to bridge the gaps between us.
The shortest distance between two people is a story. With your help, we are many voices, many stories, transforming lives.
Please contact Mike Gulley, CDS Development Director, at (919) 660-3699 or Michael.Gulley@duke.edu with questions.