Muhammad Ali: Made in Miami
Wednesday, 8pm on WGBH 2
Thursday, 10pm on WGBH2
Thursday, 8pm on WGBH2
Thursday, 9pm on WGBH2
Boston-based public policy institute MassInc has received a $125,000 grant to drive an economic revitalization strategy for Massachusetts’ Gateway Cities.
The Emily Rooney Show
After Sept. 11, a clear story began to emerge -- but some authors interpreted it in different ways. Author and WGBH contributor Steve Almond looks at the body of literature that explores the narrative of Sept. 11, 2001.
"Even as we were thrown in jail someone would sing a song," recalls Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) in this history of the civil-rights movement and its freedom music, featuring potent performances by John Legend, the Roots, Wyclef Jean, Angie Stone, Joss Stone.
Adventurer and bear biologist Chris Morgan will take us on a motorcycle odyssey deep into the wilds of Alaska. Over a punishing 2,000 mile journey, Chris will explore the amazing resiliency and adaptability of bears through five dramatic Alaskan ecosystems: coastal, urban, mountain, tundra and pack ice.
This haunting film about a film examines a classic Nazi propaganda film used by historians for decades to provide insight into the realities of life in the Warsaw Ghetto in 1942.
Congolese refugee Rose Mapendo, who settled in Phoenix in 2000 with nine of her 10 children and has since become an advocate for refugees, reunites with the child she left behind, Nangabire, after 13 years apart.
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