On a new episode of First Person, Kristin meets up with YouTubers Ebony, Denise and their daughter to eat pizza and chat about same-sex families, visibility and their very popular channel Oliviahas2moms.
Did you know that New Mexico has a state accessory…and that it’s the bolo tie? Take a look at some special examples in Albuquerque with ANTIQUES ROADSHOW producer Dylan Leavitt during the latest installment of Dylan's Vintage Minute
Thousands of people gathered in Central Park's East Meadow today as Yoko Ono led an attempt to create the largest-ever human peace sign in commemoration of what would have been John Lennon's 75th birthday.
Austin City Limits features Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Cassandra Wilson on October 10th (check local listings). She's created a Spotify playlist of all the songs she performed on the show. Listen now via the link below:
There are more than 10,000 bodies -- Jane and John Does -- waiting for identification in city morgues and cemeteries in the U.S. With no national law requiring agencies share information on missing people and unknown bodies, many families are left in the dark about their loved ones' fates. Michael S…
After the Supreme Court's decision to overturn a key part of the Voting Rights Act, North Carolina's Republican-led state legislature passed a new voter ID law and reversed many of the voting procedures civil rights leaders spent years trying to win. Now, the law is being challenged in federal court…
Join me for an exciting last adventure in Gorongosa Park. Find out why Gorongosa is one of the greatest National Parks in Africa. Watch the finale of GORONGOSA PARK: REBIRTH OF PARADISE Tuesday at 8/7c on PBS. National Geographic National Geographic Live #GorongosaPBS #GorongosaReborn Idaho Public Television
(From POV) Activist, writer and philosopher Grace Lee Boggs passed away this morning at the age of 100. In honor of her incredible life and work, POV is streaming Grace Lee's American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs.
Children of anxious parents are more at risk of developing an anxiety disorder. But there’s welcome news for those anxious parents: that trajectory toward anxiety isn’t set in stone. (From KQED MindShift)
“The basic question was, because we know that anxiety runs in families, could we prevent children from developing an anxiety disorder whose parents had the illness?” says Ginsburg, who conducted the study with colleagues from Johns Hopkins University
The Boston Teacher Residency, an AmeriCorps service program that recruits future teachers and places them in schools for practical experience is being heralded as a model for training teachers. And other cities have begun to take notice. NewsHour's Christopher Booker reports.
October 05, 2015 at 3:00 pm
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