‘POV’ highlights unique stories and perspectives Mondays at 9 p.m.

The award-winning series “POV,” which takes its name from a cinema term for “point of view,” is the longest-running showcase on television to feature the work of America’s best contemporary-issue independent filmmakers. Find these unique stories and perspectives on Mondays at 9 p.m. on Arizona PBS.

July 20: “We Are the Radical Monarchs”

Meet the Radical Monarchs, a group of young girls of color on the frontlines of social justice. Follow the group as they earn badges for completing units on such subjects as being an LGBTQ ally, preserving the environment and disability justice. Part of Arizona PBS’ Trailblazers programming. Watch online.

July 27: “Advocate”

Meet Israeli lawyer Lea Tsemel, a political firebrand who is known by her opponents as “the devil’s advocate” for her decades-long defense of Palestinians who have been accused of resisting the occupation, both violently and non-violently. Watch online.

August 3: “Chez Jolie Coiffure”

Meet Sabine, a charismatic, larger-than-life personality crammed into a tiny shop in Brussels. She and her employees style extensions and glue on lashes while sharing rumors about programs to legalize migrants and talking about life back in Cameroon. Watch online.

August 10: “About Love”

Three generations of the Phadke family live in their home in Mumbai. When the youngest daughter turns the camera toward her family, the personal becomes political as power structures within the family become visible — and eventually unravel.

August 31: “Dark Money”

Following an investigative reporter through a political thriller, Dark Money exposes the shadowy world of unlimited, anonymous campaign contributions threatening to upend Montana’s government and the very integrity of American democracy.

September 7: “Portraits and Dreams”

Former Kentucky schoolchildren reflect on visionary photos they made in the 1970s and revisit the place where the photos were made. They look back at the lives they have led since then and the linkage of personal memory to the passage of time.

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