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Abigail Disney, filmmaker and Disney heiress, talks with Jurriaan Kamp about the deep inequality that disturbs harmony and peace in society
Ruediger Dahlke, physician, tells Jurriaan Kamp that fighting disease can never lead to lasting health and harmony.
Richard Wilkinson, social epidemiologist, tells Jurriaan Kamp that more equality in society is cheaper and healthier and also leads to a cleaner planet.
Peter Bakker, President of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, talks with Jurriaan Kamp about the need for more transparency in business to solve the world’s toughest problems.
Meg Wheatley is an American writer and management consultant who studies organizational behavior. She has been ad advisor to governments and large multinational corporations around the world for several decades. She is the author of many books including "Leadership and the New Science: Discovering Order in a Chaotic World."
Prop 13, the campaign to slash property taxes, launched a tax revolt that continues today.KCET Original
The Watts Towers Arts Center was born out of the resilience of 1960s Black L.A.KCET Original
Highlights from the Annual Watts Towers Day of the Drum and Simon Rodia Watts Towers Jazz Festivals.KCET Original
"Purple" captures everyday Americans with opposing viewpoints in rural Wisconsin addressing their differences on privilege, work ethic, government, and the social safety net.KCET Original
A race against the coronavirus that Europe is losing; the WHO wants governments to speed up their response.KCET Original
In a powerful and moving journey, Indonesian correspondent Anne Barker follows Alis Sumiaputra and a group of Timor-born adults as they return to their country of birth to reunite with their families. For Alis, there is pain, guilt, joy and an awakening.
Three residents in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas find their lives upended by plans to build a US-Mexico border wall.
Mexico City is the largest city in the Western hemisphere but many still see this megalopolis as a village — or as a patchwork of many villages.
"Purple" captures everyday Americans with opposing viewpoints in rural Wisconsin addressing their differences on privilege, work ethic, government, and the social safety net.