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Ida B. Wells: American Stories

Ida B. Wells: American Stories frames Wells’ life and legacy in the context of today’s world, illustrating how today’s activists draw inspiration from her work.

By Christina Zeiders

Stream It on Passport: Tutankhamun: Allies and Enemies

“King Tut is not the golden mask. Tut was a human being just like anyone else.”

By Christina Zeiders

Watch It Again: Nature’s The Elephant and the Termite

An entire community of creatures calls the waterhole their home.

By Christina Zeiders

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Fight The Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World

Discover the factors that led to the birth of hip hop and how it has evolved since its first hit in 1982.

By Christina Zeiders

WITF Replay: “The U.S. and the Holocaust” from Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein

The U.S. and the Holocaust is a three-part documentary series that explores America’s response to one of the world’s greatest humanitarian crises in history.

By Christina Zeiders

Riveted: The History of Jeans – An American Experience Encore

American Experience’s Riveted: The History of Jeans reveals the fascinating and surprising story of this iconic American garment.

By Christina Zeiders

First Contact: An Alien Encounter from the BBC

How might humanity react to an encounter with an alien object?

By Christina Zeiders

American Masters Premieres Groucho & Cavett

The relatiobship between Dick Cavett and his mentor Groucho Marx is chronicled through interviews with Cavett, archival footage, and interviews with George Burns and others.

By Christina Zeiders

Rick Steves Art of Europe

Rick Steves Art of Europe weaves Europe’s greatest masterpieces into an entertaining and inspiring story.

By Christina Zeiders

PBS documentary filmmaker, Natalie Reuss, shares her story

Reuss joined us on The Spark Thursday to discuss her story, career, and passion behind her work.

By Aniya Faulcon
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