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  • Syrian photographer Hrair Sarkissian photographed the places where he witnessed public executions taking place during his childhood.
  • ... changes an audience's response to this particular work -- witness the difference between an inner courtyard, where only deliberate art ...
  • In her new book "Uppity Women Speak Out," Morro Bay author Vicki Leon shares the wit and wisdom of fierce females from history.
  • Encountering new extremes of wealth and poverty, altitude and freezing cold, Monty Python star Michael Palin brings his unique brand of wit and wisdom with him as he travels across the roof of the world. Traveling through this awe-inspiring scenery, including rich flora and fauna and dizzying switchback mountain roads, Michael visits the region's cities and makes detours to places -- and...

  • Teta Fatima is the 83-year old matriarch of the Kaabour family and the sharp-witted queen bee of an old Beiruti quarter. With great intimacy, this film documents her larger-than-life character as she combats the silence of her once-buzzing house as well as her imaginings of what awaits her beyond death.
  • ... as they visit with combat vets in Sun Valley, Idaho and witness the connection between nature and healing. The episode features ...
  • ... around the world to discover the selfless acts of others. Witness the challenge of change in its various forms from the Middle East to ...
  • ... of wild mountain gorillas; sail through the Bahamas and witness dolphins at play; and watch endangered pandas melt hearts at the ...
  • "Justice for My Sister" follows one Guatemalan woman during her three-year battle to hold her sister's killer accountable. She encounters many obstacles: a police record that is missing, a judge who is accused of killing his own wife, and witnesses who are too afraid to testify. In the end, Rebeca emerges as a leader in her community with a message for others: justice is possible.

  • This harrowing documentary follows one Guatemalan woman during her three-year battle to hold her sister's killer accountable. She encounters many obstacles: a police record that is missing, a judge who is accused of killing his own wife, and witnesses who are too afraid to testify. In the end, Rebeca emerges as a leader in her community with a message for others: justice is possible.

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