The new four-part documentary shows how Muhammad Ali challenged racial prejudice and religious bias in the U.S. and inspired people all over the world.
THIRTEEN will air the live broadcast of the new governor’s address, which also will livestream at thirteen.org/live in the New York City metropolitan region.
Pier Kids focuses on homeless, queer Black youth who find stability and community at the Christopher Street Pier off Greenwich Village.
A documentary follows the Mayor of Ramallah in the central West Bank, capturing everyday bureaucratic humor and the stresses of global politics.
The podcast Attribution with Bob McKinnon is about success and gratitude, and is one of McKinnon’s teaching tools about social mobility in America.
Latin music documentaries, the artists and cuisine of Mexico and short Latinx films, from gritty reality to magical realism. All in July.
The second season of Camp TV, a weekday show for kids ages 5-10, starts July 6 on THIRTEN. Leading cultural groups and host Zachary Noah Piser appear in each episode.
LGBTQ activists, dramatic storytellers, and everyday people from the 1950s through today are celebrated on THIRTEEN.
Playwright, librettist, scriptwriter and LGBTQ activist Terrence McNally long believed in the power of the arts to transform society and make a difference.
The three-part Inside The Met TV series explores the legacy and future of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Go behind the scenes as the largest art museum in the Americas plans its 150th anniversary and responds to the coronavirus pandemic…
Drugmakers are developing COVID-19 booster shots, with clinical trials underway.
New York State adopts the new CDC guidelines on masking and social distancing. New Jersey will still require masks in indoor public spaces.
Anyone with residency in the United States and age 12 and older can be vaccinated in New York State.
POV: Through the Night shows the need for child care support for working mothers and providers at a 24-hour day care center in New Rochelle, NY.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, commemorates the 100-year anniversary of the white attack on its Black residents and the fire that destroyed the Greenwood district.