"Border Blaster" is an original world music video series. The 30-minute episodes are comprised solely of music videos from groundbreaking musicians from around the world.
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"Artbound Presents Studio A" is an original music series featuring performances and interviews from music's top acts.
An anthology series that highlights the masterful, provocative Southern tradition of storytelling, exploring the alluring and complicated region and its diverse voices and points of view.
Gentrification arrives with promises of revitalization but has also developed from a history of discriminatory laws and practices in the United States. City Rising illuminates this history and reveals how gentrification is traditionally molded.
Among the 100,000 people who have been forced to evacuate wildfires in California, was Jan Hoyman, a pottery artist who narrowly escaped the fire in Mendocino County last week.
Daymé Arocena creates a personal portrait of her home, Havana, Cuba.
Comedian David Correos wants to incorporate his culture into his work, but will he be able to create a winning routine that doesn’t involve him taking off his clothes?
Phryne, gorgeous in her sparkling evening gown, had thought she would dance the night away at the hottest dancehall in town, the Green Mill. That was before death spoiled the evening.
Huell travels to Gilroy for their 25th Annual Garlic Festival where he samples garlic ice cream, garlic kettle corn, roasted garlic and other mouth-watering garlic delicacies.
As President Trump moves to dismantle the Affordable Care Act in an executive order, the White House announces it will stop paying billions of dollars in federal subsidies to insurance companies to help cover low-income people’s health care plans.
In "We the People 2.0," Thomas Linzey of the Community Environmental Defense Fund discusses how the government colonizes our minds to pacify dissent.
In "We the People 2.0," Ashley Hernandez of Stand Up LA discusses the price paid by people living in refinery-adjacent communities such as Wilmington, California.
"Daughters of the Forest" tells the powerful, uplifting story of a small group of girls who learn to protect the threatened forest and forge a better future for themselves at a radical high school in in one of the most remote forests left on Earth.
The book “Xerophile” showcases photographs of cactus and the succulent-fixated adventurers who go to great lengths to photograph them and behold their magnificence.
This environmental activist discusses environmental racism and cap-and-trade's failure to address marginalized communities.
As species collapse around the world while governments still authorize fossil fuel extraction and other destructive, unsustainable activities, communities across the U.S. are rising in resistance to "occupy the law."
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It's not just pipelines: Native people are disproportionately affected by energy development of all kinds. And they're fighting back.
All pipelines leak eventually. When they do, living things downstream are in trouble.
Set your watch: Oil spills happen about every 12 hours in North Dakota.