New visions of democracy and racial justice will be discussed in five virtual forum events on Wednesdays, April 28 through May 26.
See films and news featuring Arab Americans and learn about the work of Arab American organizations in New York City.
Expanded eligibility to age 16 and older and all incarcerated people in New York. New York’s Excelsior Pass will allow people to present vaccine or negative COVID-19 test status to businesses.
The 1987 series Eyes on the Prize is the story of the civil rights era and is streaming for the first time. World Channel is rebroadcasting it Sundays at 9pm.
The Derek Chauvin trial starts Week 2 April 5. More Minneapolis police testimony is expected, as well as medical testimony. See live streams and evening reports from PBS NewsHour.
Friday, April 2 stream of Day 5 of the trial, above. Day 5 of trial adjourned at 12:40pm until Monday, April 5. PBS NewsHour will provide live streaming feed of the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George …
The best sources for timely information on vaccinations in New York City, New York State, New Jersey and Connecticut and answers to frequently asked questions.
Expanded eligibility to age 30 and older and all incarcerated people in New York. New York’s Excelsior Pass will allow people to present vaccine or negative COVID-19 test status to businesses.
Actor Warwick Davis hosts a documentary on the family of dwarf entertainers who survived Auschwitz during the Holocaust.
THIRTEEN’s nonprofit parent company has a new brand identity and new tagline: “Media Made Possible by All of You,” to convey that its efforts are made for, with and possible by the public.