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A New Path - Excerpt

Gregory Walsh | Documentary | 2017 | India | 4:05

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Nineteen-year-old Mukesh was born into an 'untouchable' community in impoverished rural India. Now he documents corruption in his region's school system in an effort to transform his community for the better.

 

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