Season 4

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Abel Rocha and his 'songs of the people'

    Borders & Heritage

    Abel Rocha and his 'songs of the people'

    Abel Rocha, a "keeper of Mexico's folkloric tradition."

    Abel Rocha and his 'songs of the people'

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Dancer Alicia Mullikin Storms the Barriers of Stereotype

    Borders & Heritage

    Dancer Alicia Mullikin Storms the Barriers of Stereotype

    Dancer Alicia Mullikin is opening minds and challenging long-existing stereotypes in dance

    Dancer Alicia Mullikin Storms the Barriers of Stereotype

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Cuban-American Artist Juan Alonso-Rodriguez

    Borders & Heritage

    Cuban-American Artist Juan Alonso-Rodriguez

    Memories of a Cuban childhood inspire Seattle-based artist Juan Alonso-Rodriguez's work.

    Cuban-American Artist Juan Alonso-Rodriguez

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Ethiopian Coffee’s Secret Ingredient

    Borders & Heritage

    Ethiopian Coffee’s Secret Ingredient

    Seattle’s other coffee culture is all about community.

    Ethiopian Coffee’s Secret Ingredient

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Washington Farmers Safeguard Migrant Workers

    Borders & Heritage

    Washington Farmers Safeguard Migrant Workers

    Labor shortages nationwide could cost farmers up to $3 billion by next year.

    Washington Farmers Safeguard Migrant Workers

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage The Long Journey Toward Healing

    Borders & Heritage

    The Long Journey Toward Healing

    Stories of Japanese Americans families who endured incarceration during WWII.

    The Long Journey Toward Healing

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Graduating at 92

    Borders & Heritage

    Graduating at 92

    In 1942, Mary Matsuda was sent to a concentration camp.

    Graduating at 92

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage The Uwajimaya Story: From Internment to Entrepreneur

    Borders & Heritage

    The Uwajimaya Story: From Internment to Entrepreneur

    The internment story behind one of Seattle's most iconic businesses, Uwajimaya.

    The Uwajimaya Story: From Internment to Entrepreneur

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Nihonjin Face: Lessons From the Past

    Borders & Heritage

    Nihonjin Face: Lessons From the Past

    Playwrights Hayakawa and Tere Martinez on internment their play "Nihonjin Face."

    Nihonjin Face: Lessons From the Past

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Nihonjin Face: Full Performance

    Borders & Heritage

    Nihonjin Face: Full Performance

    Inspired by true stories of South Sound families, following a family as they are forced t

    Nihonjin Face: Full Performance

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Maneki: A Century of Sushi and History in Seattle

    Borders & Heritage

    Maneki: A Century of Sushi and History in Seattle

    Maneki, A Japanese restaurant has served up sushi — and resilience — for over a century.

    Maneki: A Century of Sushi and History in Seattle

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Records from History: Music Collections of Early Japanese Am

    Borders & Heritage

    Records from History: Music Collections of Early Japanese Am

    A window into the musical interests of early Japanese American immigrants

    Records from History: Music Collections of Early Japanese Am

    Video thumbnail: Borders & Heritage Nidoto Nai Yoni (Let It Not Happen Again)

    Borders & Heritage

    Nidoto Nai Yoni (Let It Not Happen Again)

    They were children during the WWII internment of Japanese Americans. Now they remember.

    Nidoto Nai Yoni (Let It Not Happen Again)

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