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  • County Clerk Changes History

    County Clerk Changes History

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    In this video extra, learn more about the story of Clela Rorex, former County Clerk in Boulder, CO, who in 1975 helped change history by becoming the first in the United States to approve a marriage license for gay couples, including Richard Adams and Tony Sullivan. Their 40-year struggle for marriage equality is featured in Limited Partnership on Independent Lens on PBS, June 15, 2015.

  • Coming to Independent Lens: 1971

    Coming to Independent Lens: 1971

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    On March 8, 1971, a group of citizens broke into a small FBI office in Pennsylvania, took every file, and shared them with the public. Their actions exposed the FBI's illegal surveillance program of law-abiding Americans. Now, these previously anonymous Americans publicly share their story for the first time.

  • Paper Proof

    Paper Proof

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    In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary 1971, members of the Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI look back on the night they sorted through the FBI documents they'd nabbed and discovered the shocking evidence of spying on Americans and other abuses.

  • The Idea of a Break-In

    The Idea of a Break-In

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    In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary 1971, John and Bonnie Raines, Keith Forsyth, as well as Bill Davidon, the mastermind and de facto leader of the Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI, talk about how Bill first approached them with his incredibly risky idea: break in to an FBI audience and send files to the press.

  • “Nothing to Stop It”

    “Nothing to Stop It”

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    In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary 1971, FBI Agent Neil Welch talks about what he believes is the inevitability of government abuse. "It will happen, there's nothing to stop it."

  • "The Trouble with Chicken" - Preview

    "The Trouble with Chicken" - Preview

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    FRONTLINE investigates the spread of dangerous pathogens in our poultry -- and why the food-safety system isn't stopping the threat.

  • Downton Abbey Season 5 MARATHON

    Downton Abbey Season 5 MARATHON

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    Here's you chance to indulge in the entire season 5 series of Downton Abbey - including the finale! It all begins at noon - only on UNC-EX, UNC-TV's Explorer Channel!

  • "Outbreak" - Preview

    "Outbreak" - Preview

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    "Ebola was not an exception. Ebola is a precedent." Coming May 5 on FRONTLINE: The vivid, inside story of why the Ebola outbreak wasn't stopped before it was too late. Learn more and check local listings at pbs.org/frontline.

  • inCommon with Mike Leonard Promo

    inCommon with Mike Leonard Promo

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    Correspondent, filmmaker and author Mike Leonard focuses his camera on those personal and intimate moments of everyday life in his new series. He describes the program as "things we have in common as human beings and common things that we sometimes overlook that have great value but are hidden in plain sight." INCOMMON features ordinary people making an extraordinary impact in the world.

  • You Are the Warriors of Today

    You Are the Warriors of Today

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    In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary Kumu Hina, schoolchildren are given an emotional lecture about the true meaning of "Kumu" and about Hawai'ian history. "Hae Hawai'i" is the flag of the state and the teacher wants to make sure they understand that they will continue the legacy as "the true warriors of today." The kids then sing the former national anthem.

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