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October 16, 2009

Moyers Digital Archive: Maurice Sendak
Bill Moyers gives viewers a look into the private world of Maurice Sendak in an unexpectedly candid interview that reveals the surprisingly dark influences at play in his complex work. Shaped by immigrant parents and the tragedy of the Holocaust, Sendak provides frank insight into his complicated psyche and a rare window into the soul of an acclaimed artist. (Original broadcast date: March 12, 2004)
Santa Ana's Community Health Crusade
The JOURNAL profiles public health doctor America Bracho, who serves her Santa Ana, CA community ? notorious for crime, poverty and disease ? with her organization, Latino Health Access.
The JOURNAL on Community Organizers
Explore a video collection of JOURNAL profiles of people who are making a difference in their communities.
October 9, 2009

Moyers on the Health Industry Lobby
A Bill Moyers essay on the health industry lobby.
Remembering Charles Houston
Bill Moyers remembers his friend, renowned physician and mountaineer Charlie Houston. View Bill Moyers complete 2004 interview with Houston and Houston's own film on his 1953 K2 expedition.
Wall Street Reformed?: Simon Johnson and Rep. Marcy Kaptur
Just over a year after economic calamity brought promises of reform from Washington, has Wall Street really changed? Former International Monetary Fund chief economist Simon Johnson and US Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) report on the state of the economy.
October 2, 2009

David Simon, Creator of THE WIRE (Re-broadcast)
From crime beat reporter for the BALTIMORE SUN to award-winning screenwriter of HBO's critically-acclaimed The Wire, David Simon talks with Bill Moyers about inner-city crime and politics, storytelling and the future of journalism today.
September 25, 2009

Kavita Ramdas of the Global Fund for Women
Kavita Ramdas, president and CEO of Global Fund for Women, the largest grant-making foundation focused exclusively on women's rights issues talks about human rights initiatives around the world.
Lynn Sherr on the Century of Women
Lynn Sherr on the century of women.
Rory Stewart on Afghanistan
Rory Stewart, director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, lays out an alternate strategy for the international community in Afghanistan.
Wide World of Women
Just where does the majority stand in terms of health, education, safety, money and power?
September 18, 2009

America's Workers
Explore some of the crucial issues facing America's workers and priorities for reform. Topics include challenges faced by younger workers, workplace rules, The Employee Free Choice Act, the living wage movement and more.
Incomplete Conservative Glossary
Asmall glossary here to help viewers sort through the names and ideas discussed in the interview, presented in the order that they appear in the program.
Sam Tanenhaus on THE DEATH OF CONSERVATISM
Digging deep into the roots and evolution of the American conservative movement, Sam Tanenhaus talks with Bill Moyers about why he believes that conservatism is dead and how it might yet come back to life. Tanenhaus is the editor of both THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW and the Week in Review section of the TIMES.
State of the Unions with Bill Fletcher and Michael Zweig
With public support for labor unions at its lowest point in 70 years, Bill Moyers talks with experts Bill Fletcher, co-author of SOLIDARITY DIVIDED: THE CRISIS IN ORGANIZED LABOR AND A NEW PATH TOWARD SOCIAL JUSTICE and Michael Zweig, director of the Center for the Study of Working Class Life at SUNY Stony Brook, about the state of organized labor.
The JOURNAL on Working America
View a collection of JOURNAL reports on the effect of the downturn on the homefront.
Web Exclusive: The Man Behind the Protests
A Bill Moyers essay on the protests in Washington, D.C. and who is funding opposition to health care reform.
September 11, 2009

Dr. Jim Yong Kim
Global health specialist and Dartmouth College president Dr. Jim Yong Kim shares his expertise in public health.
Nancy Youssef on Afghanistan
The JOURNAL takes a hard look at the state of affairs in ever-divided Afghanistan with McClatchy DC Pentagon correspondent Nancy Youssef.
Picturing the Costs of War
Photo journalists on the course and aftermath of war.
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