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  • Concussions, Many Rivers to Cross, 20/20 Challenge

    Concussions, Many Rivers to Cross, 20/20 Challenge

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    We follow up on Frontline's League of Denial and examine methods for diagnosing the damage and what's being done to protect young athletes. The six-part documentary The African American: Many Rivers to Cross begins airing on KCPT Oct. 22. We get a local perspective with Black History Educator Michael Patton. KC was recently ranked most affordable city in US; see what we did with just $20 a day.

  • The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 3

    The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 3

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    Dr. Pedro Noguera, Professor of Educatio, NYU; Lakisha Williams, Youth Minister, Antioch Baptist Church & Women of Virtue, Honor & Purpose Ministries; Javon Jackson, Jackie McLean Institute of Jazz, University of Hartford's Hartt School of Music; Dr Samuel K. Roberts, incoming director, Institute of Research in African American studies at Columbia University.

  • The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 1

    The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 1

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    Dr. Pedro Noguera, Professor of Educatio, NYU; Lakisha Williams, Youth Minister, Antioch Baptist Church & Women of Virtue, Honor & Purpose Ministries; Javon Jackson, Jackie McLean Institute of Jazz, University of Hartford's Hartt School of Music; Dr Samuel K. Roberts, incoming director, Institute of Research in African American studies at Columbia University.

  • The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 2

    The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 2

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    Dr. Pedro Noguera, Professor of Educatio, NYU; Lakisha Williams, Youth Minister, Antioch Baptist Church & Women of Virtue, Honor & Purpose Ministries; Javon Jackson, Jackie McLean Institute of Jazz, University of Hartford's Hartt School of Music; Dr Samuel K. Roberts, incoming director, Institute of Research in African American studies at Columbia University.

  • 'Many Rivers to Cross'  recounts African-American history

    'Many Rivers to Cross' recounts African-American history

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    In "Many Rivers to Cross," Henry Louis Gates Jr. recounts 500 years of African-American history in a six-part series for PBS. Gwen Ifill sits down with Gates, a Harvard University professor, to discuss the journey of black Americans who created hope and persistence in the face of brutal discrimination.

  • The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 4

    The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Roundtable 4

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    Dr. Pedro Noguera, Professor of Educatio, NYU; Lakisha Williams, Youth Minister, Antioch Baptist Church & Women of Virtue, Honor & Purpose Ministries; Javon Jackson, Jackie McLean Institute of Jazz, University of Hartford's Hartt School of Music; Dr Samuel K. Roberts, incoming director, Institute of Research in African American studies at Columbia University.

  • The Current River Basin

    The Current River Basin

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    The Current River Basin is easily among the many beautiful places of the Ozarks. Along with the Black River and the Jacks Fork, the Current River forms the Ozark National Scenic River Way, America's first such designated river way. The Current River is perhaps best known for its large springs that were formed as a result of the basin's karst features.

  • The Life of Ozark River... Like Nowhere Else on Earth

    The Life of Ozark River... Like Nowhere Else on Earth

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    Beautiful rivers and streams are among the many defining characteristics of the Ozarks. The Ozarks Plateau region has a number of major drainage basins that include seven major river systems. The importance of these river systems has led to legislative acts to protect them. Even with these legislative efforts and the efforts of countless conservation groups, Ozarks river systems are under duress.

  • Manitowoc-Two Rivers: Wreck & Rescue

    Manitowoc-Two Rivers: Wreck & Rescue

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    With Lake Michigan storms battering apart many boats, a U.S. Life Saving Service was established. One of the first stations on the Great Lakes was built at Two Rivers. Many ships built in Manitowoc went down, and both cities felt the sorrow of frequent wrecks. (Part 4/8)

  • Tubing Time Gauges Health of Guadalupe River

    Tubing Time Gauges Health of Guadalupe River

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    The on-going drought has impacted many Texas rivers including the Guadalupe. In this report from The Texas Tribune's Alana Rocha, tubers are now finding a slower, dryer ride and the State Fish of Texas might be in danger.

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