RACE 2012, a PBS Election 2012 special, is a provocative conversation about race and politics that documents the changing face of America. Premieres October 16, 2012, 8-9 p.m. ET on PBS (check local listings).
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The Ruben Salazar Project is a thorough and independent investigation of the life and death of Ruben Salazar, a prominent Civil Rights-era journalist.
The Ruben Salazar Project, a PBS documentary currently in production, offers insights and answers about one of the most bizarre, disturbing and controversial fatal shootings of the mid-20th century.
Latinos '08, a one-hour PBS documentary, examines these new Americans through the prism of the 2008 presidential election.
In investigating an important part of a historic presidential election, Latinos '08 features interviews with a wide range of prominent Latinos and sheds light on an increasingly significant part of our American future.
Fast-paced, fun, and smart, Brown is the New Green updates our understanding of America and those who will inherit it.
Brown is the New Green examines how media and marketers are shaping the contemporary Latino identity and focuses on George Lopez, an icon and advocate for Latinos’ move into the mainstream.
Angeles Now is an
artful evocation and investigation
of America’s second
largest city as it comes
of age and wrestles with
its history and its future.
film chronicles the cultural
and intellectual activity during
a moment of profound transition
in one of the most influential
places in the world.
is a documentary
about the San Diego-
Tijuana region and
with scholars, planners and
architects from both cities
open a window into an unprecedented
dialogue now occurring on the
stories of men and women
—all now deceased—
who witnessed or participated
in the Mexican Revolution.
oral histories, conducted throughout
Mexico and the southwestern
U.S. from 1986 to 1994, flow
seamlessly between historical
incidents and the legends associated
with the deeds of Villa and
his La Division del Norte.
Manuel Ocampo: God is My Copilot offers a rare view of how multiculturalism is bought and sold among the art world's elite.
A documentary about identity politics in the contemporary art world, the film follows the young artist as he tries to transcend the identity box he has painted himself into.
In an effort to share artists' work around the globe, City Projects has teamed up with United States Artists (USA) to bring you the Encounter video series.
These videos provide a glimpse into the creative process by profiling artists and their work in the U.S. Videos are up now and more will be released throughout the year.
City Now is a media literacy
program coming to; Chicago,
Dallas, Denver, Houston, Las
Vegas, Phoenix , San Antonio,
San Diego, and San Francisco
Now kicks off Hispanic Heritage
Month with the PBS broadcast
of Los Angeles Now and The Future