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The Vaccine War

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FRONTLINE
PBS


Amid a new outbreak of measles, health officials are again urging parents to immunize their children and reassuring them that there is no link between vaccines and disorders like autism. But the war over vaccines rages on, pitting the scientific establishment against a populist coalition of parents, celebrities, and activists. Continue


"The Vaccine War" - Preview

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FRONTLINE
PBS


FRONTLINE investigates the science and the politics of vaccine safety. Amid a new outbreak of measles, health officials are once again urging parents to immunize their children and reassuring them that there is no link between vaccines and disorders like autism. But the war over vaccines rages on. An updated version of FRONTLINE's 2010 film "The Vaccine War" airs Mar. 24 on PBS and online. Continue


Hartsville - Title I Conference

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180 Days
PBS


Thornwell is one of the best schools in their district in Hartsville, SC, but when the educators compete with others nation wide, do they make the grade? Continue


Hartsville - Rashon Expulsion

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180 Days
PBS


After a series of disciplinary actions seem fruitless in changing Rashon's behavior the school educators and his mother are faced with a tough reality. Continue


Hartsville - Roles of School Leaders

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180 Days
PBS


School Superintendent Dr. Ingraham takes some time to discuss with Hartsville school district educators some of his priorities and what makes a good school leader. Continue


Hartsville - Generational Poverty

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180 Days
PBS


Generation poverty can be a big hinderance to self evolution particularly if educators tend to write these students off, this is what Principal Julie Mahn has learned in all her years and she strives to make the situation change. Continue


Update on the Twin Sisters from the California Mom

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Independent Lens
PBS


Straight from the Sacramento mother of Mia, one of the girls featured in Twin Sisters, we get an exclusive report on how both of the girls are doing since the film was made, including several more in-person meetings, and their improving English and Norwegian language skills. Continue


Twin Sisters

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Independent Lens
PBS


In the Independent Lens documentary Twin Sisters, twin girls in China are adopted as infants by two different sets of parents — one from California, the other from a remote fishing village in Norway. The girls grow up knowing they have a twin living on the other side of the world, and although language is a barrier, the bond between them grows deeper. Continue


Kenneth's Story Timeline

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POV
PBS


Explore a timeline of Kenneth's life and the changing laws and legislation around juvenile justice in the United States that have determined his sentencing. Continue


Dance For Me: The Partnership

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POV
PBS


With Mie's help, Egor adjusts to his new life in Denmark away from his family. Continue


180 Days: Hartsville (Rashon's Family)

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180 Days
PBS


Single mother Monay and her sons deal with the realities of living in a low-income single parent family in Hartsville, SC. Continue


Esta Soler Imagines a Future Without Domestic Violence

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Independent Lens
PBS


Esta Soler, an expert on violence against women and children, founded Futures Without Violence over 30 years ago and transformed it into one of the world’s leading violence prevention agencies. Soler’s work to prevent violence against women led to an appearance in A Path Appears. She spoke to Independent Lens about how far we've come and how far we still have to go. Continue


Hartsville - Rural Education

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180 Days
PBS


Multiple jobs, late nights for parents and students, minimum wage, what effect do all these realities have on the future of rural education in America? Monay and her young sons are an example of this daily struggle. Continue


Hartsville - Mr. Brown

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180 Days
PBS


Where do role models come from? What effect does it have on a young Black boy to have a young male teacher who looks like him, early in his schooling? Mr. Brown connects with his students. Continue


Hartsville - Boys Scouts

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180 Days
PBS


Rashon is a member of his schools Boys Scout troop and it seems to keep him out of trouble, for the most part - here teachers discuss the benefits and difficulties of this. Continue


7 Dos of Trick-or-Treating

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PBS Parents
PBS


Check out these 7 dos of trick-or-treating before your kids head out this Halloween. Continue


Twin Sisters Filmmaker Captures Sibling Bond

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Independent Lens
PBS


Norwegian filmmaker Mona Friis Bertheussen talks about her journey from Norway to Sacramento in making the film Twin Sisters, the story of the reunion between two twins who were separated at birth in China, including how she gained the trust of the families and the girls. Continue


Kenneth's Letters

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POV
PBS


Explore letters exchanged between filmmaker Nadine Pequeneza and subject Kenneth Young. Continue


Dance for Me: The Championship

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POV
PBS


Egor and Mie prepare for the German Open, their first competition together. Continue


Vivre

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AfroPop
PBS


A teacher asks her pupils what they want to do when they grow up. While his classmates answer lightly and with great fun, Tom a quiet 10-year-old boy slips away. When his turn comes to speak, Tom embarks himself upon a striking monologue. With passion, humor and bewildering maturity he describes three possible life choices that will inevitably lead him to dramatic ends. Continue


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