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CCTV America's new weekly series features human interest storytelling, enlightening dialogue, and humanitarian issues embraced by leading cultural luminaries.
"Full Frame" talks with those who want to see change in the world and are taking innovative and new approaches in the fight to eradicate global poverty.
On this episode, we meet those who are determined to defy the odds and speak up for and in defense of women, worldwide.
On this episode, 'Full Frame' introduces you to those who are among the world’s 21st century geniuses.
This week on Full Frame, how racial stereotypes are portrayed in media and what’s being done to break the cycle.
On this episode, conversations with cultural storytellers who are spurring change, featuring author Eddie Huang.
It seems solving some of the world’s biggest problems often takes novel or creative ideas so solution seekers who think “outside the box” tend to see big results.
While some people merely dream of changing the world, for award-winning British filmmaker Richard Curtis, it’s a reality. The man behind such international hits as "Love Actually" and "Bridget Jones’s Diary," is also co-founder of the hugely successful Comic Relief and Red Nose Day fundraising events. In life, and on film, Curtis seems to perfectly capture both humor and humanity.
Illnesses can sometimes run in families. Inherited genetic mutations can increase a person’s risk of developing different diseases – from cancer to mental disorders. But now, relatively new genetic testing is changing the way these illnesses are diagnosed and treated.
UNICEF was created in 1946 by the United Nations General Assembly to provide emergency food and healthcare to children in countries devastated by World War Two. Since then, the UN program has furnished long-term humanitarian and developmental assistance to millions of children and mothers in more than 190 countries.This week on Full Frame, we’ll meet three of UNICEF’s celebrity Goodwill Ambassadors to learn how they’ve used their fame and fortune to advocate on behalf of the world’s most vulnerable citizens.
Resilience is the ability to adapt to adversity; to roll with the punches despite the challenges before you. Could resilience help build a better world? Rather than “reacting,” would we be better off taking deliberate, planned, and proactive risks?
Each year in April, the world demonstrates its support for environmental protection on what’s known as “Earth Day”. But what is being done the other 364 days of the year to safeguard the planet’s future?
In a warming world, the planet’s ecosystems are under attack, from clean water to a stable climate. Now, environmental pioneers, around the globe, are trying unique and innovative ways to save the Earth.
An artist who uses many canvases to express himself, Ai Weiwei examines the staggering scale of the refugee crisis and how climate changes plays a role in population movement.
Meet the Kung Fu nuns — women from an age-old Buddhist sect who are using their martial arts expertise to teach women self-defense, as reports of rapes rise in India.KCET Original
This film explores the difficult choices that lead to trafficking of young women in Romania.KCET Original
Civil rights activist Van Jones offers a blueprint for transforming our collective anxiety into meaningful change.
Visual food artists create world maps of all the continents featuring their most iconic foods.