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CLOSE TO HOME: Town Halls on Housing Equality

Brian Tate | April 19, 2023
CLOSE TO HOME: Town Halls on Housing Equality

Thinkers and doers discuss housing; food security; homelessness and community; cultural displacement; and media narratives in an online series presented by The WNET Group on Wednesdays, April 26 to May 24. Watch live or stream later.


Arab American Heritage Month

Christina Knight | April 2, 2023
A man in all black holds mic on a stage in front of an audience.

Celebrate Arab Americans, from the comedian behind the Netflix series Mo to a group of Palestinian-American dancers in Brooklyn.


Opioid Overdose Response in New York State

February 7, 2023
Image of New York State outline and words Overdose Epidemic. NYS Public Media Special Report. COVID-19 and the Overdose Epidemic

As New York State announces $8.6 million to develop outpatient treatment for opioid use disorder, PBS stations in NY present programs and events focused on opioid addiction and the overdose crisis.


Creating Sanctuary For The Tragically Bereaved 

K. Neycha Herford | January 9, 2023
A woman in three-quarter profile wears a red knit cap over her dark hair. She wears a metallic long dangling earring and looks to side of frame. She wears a black zippered jacket with white crew neck color of shirt visible.

To speak and name one’s suffering creates the possibility for acceptance, progress, and transcendence. The problem is how few people are willing to hold space for such piercing despair. An essay by k. Neycha Herford.


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