Hello once again Ms. O'Connor,
I found a documentary on Netflix awhile ago and I have been hesitant about sending it to you because it's not directly related to English literature. But, I thought of how the documentary focuses on one of the biggest problems the world faces, poverty. Then that triggered the memory of our essays we recently wrote. The film directors were very passionate about their beliefs, but still kept the film educational with logic.
The documentary is called Living on one dollar. It is about four American college students who travel to Guatemala and live how many impoverished people live in small villages. The two main students Chris and Zach (also the directors of the film) are faced with many challenges; to list just a few, the stress of not having a stable income but also they face getting stomach sickness from malnutrition.
They have a website that has behind the scenes of their documentaries and their charity work helping some of the villagers in the town they stayed in. If you are interested, I also recommend their other documentary, Salam Neighbor (it is phenomenal).
Here is the link to their website: