See the film Engadget called "the future of VR filmmaking" -- watch MY BROTHER'S KEEPER, inspired by Mercy Street PBS, at http://to.pbs.org/mbkfacebook. For the full experience, watch on your favorite VR platforms.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the grassroots fervor meeting Republican members of Congress in their home districts, the challenge of a clear message for Democrats, how President Trump has influence...
Hear My Train A Comin’, directed by Bob Smeaton, traces the legendary guitarist’s remarkable journey from his hardscrabble beginnings in Seattle, through his stint as a US Army paratrooper and as an unknown sideman until his discovery and international stardom. With previously unseen footage of the…
PBS deeply mourns the loss of our friend and colleague Ward Chamberlin Jr., pictured here with PBS President and CEO, Paula Kerger. One of the founders of public broadcasting in the United States, he served as managing director of Thirteen WNET New York and president and CEO of WETA in Washington, DC. Read more: http://to.pbs.org/wardtribute
Who did President Trump pick to replace Michael T. Flynn as National Security Advisor? And NASA released a statement detailing what discovery? Test your knowledge of the week’s news from Charlie Rose: The Week.
Mansion House Hospital was an actual luxury hotel in Alexandria, Virginia owned by James Green as seen in Mercy Street PBS. It still stands today, and is leased to a private business. See more #MercyStreetPBS ”Then and Now" photos: http://to.pbs.org/2k6gwjN
"She had Mississippi in her bones. Martin Luther King, or the SNCC field secretaries couldn't do what Fannie Lou Hamer did."
-- Bob Moses, Freedom Summer Organizer
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February 24, 2017 at 4:21 am
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