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12:00 AM

Journey Through Breast Cancer

Length: 56 Minutes

1:00 AM

Oceans of Pink

Length: 56 Minutes

2:00 AM

Art + Medicine: Speaking of Race

Length: 56 Minutes

3:00 AM

PBS NewsHour

Length: 56 Minutes

4:00 AM

Amanpour and Company

Length: 56 Minutes

5:00 AM

The Good Road: San Juan, Puerto Rico - Island As Identity

Length: 26 Minutes

5:30 AM

The Good Road: Nairobi, Kenya: The Power of Story

Length: 27 Minutes

6:00 AM

Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Alzheimer's: A Public Health Crisis

Length: 26 Minutes

6:30 AM

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack

Length: 26 Minutes

7:00 AM

To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

Length: 26 Minutes

7:30 AM

Washington Week

Length: 26 Minutes

8:00 AM

Journey Through Breast Cancer

Length: 56 Minutes

9:00 AM

Oceans of Pink

Length: 56 Minutes

10:00 AM

Art + Medicine: Speaking of Race

Length: 56 Minutes

11:00 AM

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack

Length: 26 Minutes

11:30 AM

Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Racial Disparities In Health

Length: 26 Minutes

12:00 PM

P.O.V.: Accepted

Episode
P.O.V.
Length: 86 Minutes

Accepted follows four high school students at T.M. Landry, a prep school in Louisiana known for its viral videos of seniors being accepted to the Ivy Leagues, and sending 100% of its graduates to college. But an explosive NY Times article exposes the controversial methods of its dynamic founder -- and the fiction of higher education's promise.

1:30 PM

Local, USA: Decolonizing Mental Health

Episode
Local, USA
Length: 29 Minutes

The mental health field operates around a centre defined by a whiteness of theory and practice. It’s a colonization that has rarely been questioned. By focusing on the work of therapists and individuals of color, DECOLONIZING MENTAL HEALTH calls for a redressal of the ways in which we define psychiatric illness while discussing what a more responsive mental health care system should look like.

2:00 PM

Journey Through Breast Cancer

Length: 56 Minutes

3:00 PM

Oceans of Pink

Length: 56 Minutes

4:00 PM

Art + Medicine: Speaking of Race

Length: 56 Minutes

5:00 PM

To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

Length: 26 Minutes

5:30 PM

Washington Week

Length: 26 Minutes

6:00 PM

DW Focus On Europe

Length: 26 Minutes

6:30 PM

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

Length: 26 Minutes

7:00 PM

American Experience: Roberto Clemente

Episode
American Experience
Roberto Clemente
Length: 54 Minutes

Born in Puerto Rico, Clemente was an exceptional baseball player and humanitarian whose career sheds light on larger issues of immigration, civil rights and cultural change. He would die in a tragic plane crash in 1972.

8:00 PM

Voces On PBS: Porvenir, Texas

Episode
Voces On PBS
Porvenir, Texas
Length: 56 Minutes

Meet Dr. Victor Rios, a high school dropout and former gang member turned award-winning professor, author and expert on the school to prison pipeline, who works with young people who have been pushed out of school for reasons beyond their control.

9:00 PM

Making Black America: Through The Grapevine: The Work of the Imagination

Length: 56 Minutes

10:00 PM

America ReFramed: First Vote

Episode
America ReFramed
Length: 58 Minutes

With unparalleled access to a diverse cross section of politically engaged Chinese Americans, FIRST VOTE offers a character-driven verité look at Chinese American electoral organizing in North Carolina and Ohio. The film weaves their stories from the presidential election of 2016 to the 2018 midterms, and explores the intersections between immigration, voting rights and racial justice.

11:00 PM

America ReFramed: Deej

Episode
America ReFramed
Length: 55 Minutes

DEEJ is the story of DJ Savarese, a gifted, young writer and advocate for nonspeaking autistics. Once a “profoundly disabled” foster kid on a fast track to nowhere, DJ is now a first-year college student who insists on standing up for his peers: people who are dismissed as incompetent because they are neurologically diverse. Will Deej be able to find freedom for himself and others like himself?