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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How the Civil Rights Act opened a door to the American dream

PBS NewsHour

How the Civil Rights Act opened a door to the American dream

Gwen Ifill examines the Civil Rights Act's legacy and unfinished business with guests.

How the Civil Rights Act opened a door to the American dream

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PBS NewsHour

Justice Dept. accuses Albuquerque PD of ‘unjustified force’

Jeffrey Brown talks to Gene Grant of KNME, who has been covering this story.

Justice Dept. accuses Albuquerque PD of ‘unjustified force’

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The presidential pen stroke that outlawed discrimination

PBS NewsHour

The presidential pen stroke that outlawed discrimination

50 years on, honoring the Southern Democrat who spearheaded the Civil Rights Act

The presidential pen stroke that outlawed discrimination

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour UN initiative aims to put 57 million kids in school

PBS NewsHour

UN initiative aims to put 57 million kids in school

A new U.N. initiative aims to get 57 million more children into school by 2015.

UN initiative aims to put 57 million kids in school

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why six years of high school might pay off in the workforce

PBS NewsHour

Why six years of high school might pay off in the workforce

Hari Sreenivasan tells the story of Pathways in Technology Early College High School

Why six years of high school might pay off in the workforce

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