In summer 2020, the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer awakened in Americans a renewed sense of urgency. Protests broke out across the United States in a demand for justice, police reform and accountability.
Famed actor and activist Ossie Davis narrates and acts in this nine-part series.
A weekly public affairs program led by a professor, featuring and geared toward teens.
Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel speaks of tragedy and trauma, faith and remembrance and Israel.
With hate crimes and antisemitism on the rise, marginalized groups under attack, draconian laws in place restricting the right to vote, and the rescinding of human rights by the Supreme Court, this moment demands a close examination of how our nation reached this point, and where we go from here.
The rise of the Nazi Party and Hitler's war of aggression throughout Europe.
The film offers an eye-opening impression of attitudes and beliefs about LGBTQ+ life at the time, a reference point for advances achieved in ensuing decades -- and a sense of the importance of continuing the struggle.
A rare glimpse into some of the debates that centered around homosexuality and equal rights in 1961.
"While official recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation are important and necessary symbolic steps, the Indigenous still face a very real threat from forces attempting to rewrite history."
A group of journalists sit down with Holocaust survivor and renowned author Elie Wiesel.
Author James Baldwin meets with San Francisco's African American community in 1963.
Learn about the forced relocation of 6,000 Navajo through a 300-mile journey on foot into some of the most barren land in the Southwest. Elders share horrific accounts of hardship, starvation and death as the narrator translates.