Hispanic Heritage Month

Great Performances: Now Hear This l Albeniz: Portraits of Spain

Fri, 04/28/2023 - 9:00pm

Discover the inspirations Spain provided composer Isaac Albéniz

Next at the Kennedy Center "Ballet Hispánico's Dona Peron"

Fri, 04/14/2023 - 10:00pm

Ballet Hispánico explores Evita Perón's diverging legacies in this invigorating and emotional work. 

Dia de Los Muertos

Fri, 10/28/2022 - 9:00pm

Enjoy a cultural and musical celebration of a wonderful, ancient tradition.

The Cheech

Fri, 09/30/2022 - 8:30pm

This film explores the life of Cheech Marin, a lifelong advocate of the Chicano Art Movement.

The Great American Recipe

Fri, 06/24/2022 - 9:00pm

Follow Rochester-born chef Irma Cádiz as she competes on a new cooking show.

On-Demand: 7 Asian American Stories of Resilience and Beyond Shorts from World Channel

ASIAN AMERICAN STORIES OF RESILIENCE AND BEYOND is a series of seven documentary shorts that move beyond the pandemic and reflect the complexities of Asian American experiences in this critical moment. For more: https://worldchannel.org/press/article/asian-american-stories-of-resilience-and-beyond-short-films-viewers-guide/

Finding Your Roots: The Seedlings

Finding Your Roots: The Seedlings is a curriculum, video series, and at-home activity collection that explores family history and DNA ancestry with youth, appropriate for educational settings.

Watch Benjamin Franklin On-Demand in English or Spanish

Watch the Ben Franklin series on-demand through 4/25 in English or Spanish. Learn more about the life of scientist, inventor, writer, diplomat, and signer of the Declaration of Independence and Consitution.

Small Change: Women of Color Building a Business Legacy

Sun, 04/10/2022 - 9:00pm

This radio speical highlights the stories of five minority women-owned small business owners.

American Experience: Zoot Suit Riots

Tue, 03/29/2022 - 9:00pm

Under normal circumstances, the murder of 22-year-old Jose Diaz may not have attracted much attention. But the circumstances in Los Angeles in 1942 were anything but ordinary.

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