Soul City | Link TV
Learn the story of a group of civil rights activists who attempted to build a multiracial utopia - Soul City - in the heart of North Carolina's Klan country in the 1970s. Rich archival material, interviews with former and current Soul City residents, animation and soulful rhythms of the era bring alive the vision of founder Floyd B. McKissick and his band of idealists who, though the odds were stacked against them, risked it all to build the city of their dreams.
By Monica Berra, SheRea DelSol and Gini Richards.
With at least four women murdered each day by abusive (and often, ex) partners, a woman in America is most in danger in her own home. Witness the complex realities of intimate partner violence through the eyes of two survivors: Deanna Walters, a mother seeking justice for her estranged husband's crimes against her, and victims' advocate Kit Gruelle.
By Cynthia Hill. Executive produced by Gloria Steinem.
Three decades ago, the nearly-extinct red wolf was reintroduced in North Carolina. While this flagship conservation effort paved the way for reintroducing several other species across the country, today fewer than 100 wild red wolves remain — and their fate hinges on significant biological, political, cultural and economic challenges.
By Rosh Patel and Madison McClintock.
Little-known even in their home state, the Croatians of Lower Plaquemines Parish have used grit and determination to build an oystering industry that has made Louisiana famous. Follow the lives of four figures who embody the 150-year Croatian experience in Louisiana and share in the history of this unique tight-knit community.
By James Catano.
Through interviews and never-before-seen footage, delight in the story of Mississippi sharecropper of Fred McDowell, the godfather of the North Mississippi style of blues, who was first recorded by Alan Lomax in 1959, traveled to Europe with the Rolling Stones in the mid-1960s, mentored Bonnie Raitt, and influenced the music of many others including RL Burnside, Taj Mahal and the North Mississippi All Stars.
By Joe York and Scott Barretta.
In 1952, gravedigger by day and bluesman by night Henry 'Gip' Gipson opened a ramshackle backyard juke joint in Alabama. Once scattered across the rural South, juke joints have become relics of the past. In the Spring of 2013, Gip's Place, the last juke joint in Alabama, was raided and ordered to shut down. Gip follows the battle to keep the blues alive.
Filmed and Directed by: Patrick Sheehan.
The realities of milk production are forcing dairy communities across the globe to rethink the dairy production process.KCET Original
The UN says a humanitarian tragedy is unfolding in northwestern Syria; the top Iranian official tests the waters for talks with the U.S. as tensions escalate; and Sudanese protestors remove most of their barricades as demanded by the military.KCET Original
Economist Arthur Laffer and author Anand Giridharadas discuss inequality, billionaires and oligarchy in the U.S.KCET Original
A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
Roy explores the power of cooking to rehabilitate those on the margins of society and the organizations taking a chance on those who need it most.KCET Original
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announces resignation; Trump is sending 1,500 troops to the Middle East; and Sudanese protestors call for a general strike.
A young Iranian woman wants to become an astronaut, while her traditional family will do anything to keep her on the ground.
Modi’s BJP party claims victory in Indian election; the U.S. confirms it is sending more troops to the Middle East; and U.S. unveils 18 criminal charges against Julian Assange.
A look at the relationship between Marie Antoinette and one of her readers during the first days of the French Revolution.
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