In a time of escalating violence against Asian Americans, our hope is to raise consciousness, forge partnerships and engage people across the country in civic dialogue. The roundtable conversation among national community leaders will explore the themes of the film and the broader cultural and historical context of today's tragic headlines.
Judy Woodruff, Anchor and Managing Editor for PBS NewsHour, and Peabody Award-Winning Journalist Diane Rehm will discuss the upcoming film, explore the right-to-die movement in America, and talk about how to have the conversations surrounding end-of-life wishes.
Join GPB's Virginia Prescott for a live discussion with author Martha Hall Kelly as she talks about her new book Sunflower Sisters.
FRONTLINE, Detroit Public Television, PBS Books and GBH, invite you to share this special talk from the
Penny Stamps Speaker Series with your audience with Raney Aronson-Rath and Lynette Clemetson, Director of Wallace House.
Join audiences nationwide on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at 7:00 pm ET, for a virtual celebration of American Masters – Oliver Sacks: His Own Life featuring highlights from the film and a panel discussion with Ric Burns (Director, Oliver Sacks: His Own Life), Kate Edgar (Executive Director, The Oliver Sacks Foundation) and Dr. Blanca Valdovinos (Director, Spanish Language Neurology Clinic, University of Rochester Medical Center) moderated by Jenna Flanagan (Host, MetroFocus, The WNET Group).
Join us for a virtual exploration of the traditions of the Black Church with selected footage from Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s newest film, followed by a panel discussion hosted by GPB’s Leah Fleming.