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  • Join City Walk as they explore a historical architecture tour tracing the contributions of iconic journalist and urban activist Jane Jacobs.
  • The contributions of women to comic books are often ignored. "Womanthology" is part of a feminist movement emerging in the comic book world.
  • Join City Walk as they explore a historical architecture tour tracing the contributions of iconic journalist and urban activist Jane Jacobs.
  • Democracy Now! is an independent, noncommercial, global news hour produced each weekday. The award-winning program anchored by Amy Goodman and Juan González is available for public television stations free of charge. Democracy Now! is funded entirely through contributions from listeners, viewers, and foundations.

  • "Artbound Presents The Works: The 60s in the 90s" examines how the cultural discourse of art in 1960s Los Angeles contributed to a renewed cultural arts movement in the 1990s.
  • Percussionist Emil Richards has been present on the L.A. music scene since the 1960s, contributing to recordings of famous TV theme songs and the soundtracks of Danny Elfman.
  • CUBAMERICAN is the stirring story of how the Cuban Revolution shattered the Cuban family. Spanning the past 60 years of Cuban history, the film evokes this tragedy and its universal themes of loss, freedom, assimilation, struggle and triumph through the stories of Cuban exiles that have achieved acclaim in diverse fields in the U. S.A. and beyond, rendering a mosaic of a bittersweet exile...
  • This series was previously published in KCET's Departures in partnership with Boom Magazine

    "Getting Religion," the winter 2015 issue of Boom: A Journal of California, features three articles on Muslims in...

  • World News from the Middle East (2001 - 2013)

    Link TV's original "Mosaic" began as a daily TV news program. The show presented translated highlights of the nightly newscasts aired by more than 40 broadcasters in the Midddle East and North Africa, including Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Iraq, and Iran.

    The Peabody Award-winning series...

  • Today more women serve in the armed forces than at any other time in our nation's history, in ways never before possible. Women pilot B-2 Stealth Bombers on combat missions, drive tanks in Iraq, direct Marines in Afghanistan, command carrier battle groups, fly jet fighters and helicopters, and continue the noble tradition of providing critical battlefield care as doctors and nurses. This...

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