This month, we continue to focus our attention on the state of the government with a new film – No Time to Fail – offering a rare inside look at the process to election day. Stories from the Stage returns for season 7 with two special episodes produced in partnership with Arizona PBS, Nebraska Public Media and Vision Maker Media. Plus, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations continue and watch a special digital feature in commemoration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
A cancer diagnosis changes life in innumerable ways. It also teaches us things about ourselves. Erinn applies lessons learned from Grey’s Anatomy to help her get care; Megan becomes an advocate after finding out her dream of motherhood will be altered; and Dwayne takes what he picked up back to the football field. Three storytellers, three interpretations of BEYOND CANCER, hosted by Wes Hazard.
FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS
This October, we continue to explore democracy in America with a new film offering a rare look at the elections process through the eyes of the people behind making Election Day possible and non-partisan – No Time to Fail premieres 10/26 on America ReFramed. See more in our Your Vote collection.
Stories from the Stage returns for a new season this month with two new episodes: Flourishing in the Desert (10/16) includes three stories of thriving in the Southwest, and On Sacred Ground (10/23) features Native storytellers sharing their connections to the land.
From DACA students fighting to continue their education to the reelection campaign for Rhode Island city councilwoman Carmen Castillo, WORLD Channel is committed to bringing the diverse faces and voices of the Latinx community front and center.
Five female activists run for local office in a grassroots effort to take back their city.
As institutions and organizations across the country recognize the historical and cultural significance of HBUCs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) during nationally-recognized HBCU Week programs, WORLD presents Maryland Public Television (MPT)’s HBCU Week programming initiative with films following the athletics, music and legacies of HBCUs.
Exploring the often-contradictory role played by Black soldiers in American history.
In partnership with Count Me In, the Broad Institute’s cancer research initiative, the stories as told in two new episodes, Living with Cancer and Beyond Cancer, explore the wide range of experiences an individual goes through when diagnosed with cancer.
Peacemakers call for an end to a war that has divided the Korean peninsula and its people.
Exploring the personal stories of people affected by gun violence in Chicago.
Powerful cleric Khadim Rizvi has one mission: to preserve Pakistan’s blasphemy laws.
Brings to life compelling stories illuminating the contours of our ever-changing country.
DOC WORLD brings international documentaries from around the globe to a US audience.
Local, USA features fascinating stories of diverse people, curated around a single theme.
Sharing extraordinary tales of what it means to be human.