Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass were born outsiders in 19th-century America, spoke truth to power, and pushed the nation to fulfill its ideals of freedom and equality.
Secrets of the Dead on PBS premieres its new season on October 9 with an archaeological dig at Althorp, the Spencer family estate.
Watch PBS NewsHour’s live coverage of Day 9 of the January 6 hearing, on broadcast and streaming.
The Living Portrait of NYC is a free, documentary experience that shows how New Yorkers are living and feeling now. Visit now through September 27.
The September 19 funeral on livestream and broadcast and what to stream now.
The U.S. took in only a fraction of refugees trying to escape the Holocaust. A new documentary, The U.S. and the Holocaust, challenges us to learn from the past.
Talks that explore America’s response to the Holocaust and other historic traumas; the reckoning to face; and what can be done today. Register today.
What are the moral consequences of the U.S.’s punitive response to migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers? An online panel, September 22 at 6pm.
Livestreaming on Wednesday, September 21, 6:00-7:30 pm ET. Click below to register for this event. How do Holocaust survivors view the causes and consequences of that historic trauma? How have the hateful policies and sentiments of Nazi Germany found new life …
The U.S. and the Holocaust screening and discussion at JCC Manhattan with The WNET Group, Tuesday, September 20, 6pm. Online or in-person.