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Perfectly Normal for Me
Alexandria, Jake, Caitlin and Veronica, ages 5 to 15, reveal what it’s like to live with physical disabilities. Their parents search out nurturing opportunities where they are accepted and feel valued, from clinical services and adaptive skiing to a unique after-school dance program in Queens, New York. The students prepare for an exciting spring dance recital made possible by the dedicated involvement of parents, teenage volunteer helpers, choreographers and physical therapists who believe in them and support their dreams.
"100 Years: One Woman's Fight for Justice" is the compelling story of Elouise Cobell, a petite Blackfeet warrior from Montana, the great granddaughter of the legendary, Mountain Chief. As an advocate for Native American financial self-determination and independence, she conducted her own investigation and uncovered longstanding abuses, mismanagement, denial and betrayal in the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Her pursuit of justice led her to find remedy for over half a million Native American account holders whose funds were held by the U.S. government in trust for a century.
"There Are Jews Here" follows the untold stories of four once thriving American Jewish communities that are now barely holding on. Struggling with aging congregants and dwindling interest, families are moving to larger cities with more robust congregations.
In "Random Acts of Legacy," filmmaker Ali Kazimi finds a rare cache of 16mm home movies spanning from 1936 to 1951 and deftly crafts a story which unfolds with the vintage footage of a family archive.
"Agents of Change" looks at a pivotal moment when our nation was caught at the intersection of the Civil Rights, Black Power, and Anti-Vietnam War Movements. The film examines the racial conditions on college campuses across the U.S., focusing on two seminal protests: San Francisco State in 1968 and Cornell University in 1969.
In 1985 a gang of criminals steals 140 pre-Hispanic pieces from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.KCET Original
On today's episode, the latest on the Ethiopia refugee crisis, and Ugandan presidential candidate Bobi Wine is released from custody two days after his arrest that triggered deadly protests.KCET Original
A boost for the U.S. President-elect as a key federal agency gives Joe Biden the green light to formally begin his transition to the White House.KCET Original
Performers pay tribute to Linda Ronstadt. Plus, an interview with the legend herself.KCET Original
Five old friends decide to move in together as an alternate to living in a retirement home; joining them is an ethnology student whose thesis is on the aging population.KCET Original
Diagnosed with breast cancer, a woman (Penélope Cruz) forms a strong bond with a man (Luis Tosar) who lost his wife and daughter in a car accident.
In Sweden they’re doing a "lockdown lite." The bars and restaurants have never closed, primary schools and child-care centres have stayed open. Reporter Lisa Millar presents a profile of a country debating the value of human life as the death toll mounts.
Members of Rwanda's only women's drumming troupe form a partnership with two American entrepreneurs to open Rwanda's first ice cream shop.
In 1985 a gang of criminals steals 140 pre-Hispanic pieces from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.