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Time for School Series: Video: Kenya Krew

Students in Long Island watched Back to School and were so moved by the plight of one African student, they decided to take action.

Sep 5th, 2006 | Comments

Time for School Series: Interview: Gene Sperling

September 5, 2006: Gene Sperling, senior fellow for economic policy and director of the Center for Universal Education at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the global effort to achieve a free education for every child in the world by 2015 with anchor Daljit Dhaliwal.

Sep 5th, 2006 | Comments

Ransom City: Photo Essay: The many shades of Brazil

Characterizing the racial breakdown of Brazil is even more complex than characterizing that of America.

Aug 29th, 2006 | Comments

Ransom City: Filmmaker Notes: Benito Montorio

Filmmaker Benito Montorio discusses shooting in the crime-ridden city of São Paulo and sacrificing his personal safety for the sake of capturing the truth while making "Ransom City."

Aug 29th, 2006 | Comments

Ransom City: Interview: Ambassador Donna Hrinak

WIDE ANGLE presents a photo essay of the faces, the identities, and the shades of modern Brazil.

Aug 29th, 2006 | Comments

Turkey’s Tigers: Timeline: Ataturk to Today

Timeline of the Turkish debate between secularism and Islam, from Ataturk to today.

Aug 22nd, 2006 | Comments

Turkey’s Tigers: Filmmaker Notes: Jon Alpert and Matthew O’Neill

Filmmakers Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill discuss the relationship between East and West, the challenges of shooting in Turkey, and what they learned about the Turks while filming the program.

Aug 22nd, 2006 | Comments

1-800-INDIA: Interview: Michael Elliott

August 15, 2006: Michael Elliott, Editor of Time International, discusses social, political, and economic development in India with anchor, Daljit Dhaliwal.

Aug 15th, 2006 | Comments

Flying Down to Kabul: Photo Essay: Politically Motivated Art

Examine the work of politically motivated performance and conceptual artists in the photo essay.

Aug 1st, 2006 | Comments

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