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Title: The Urban Renewal Legacy of Smokey Hollow Runtimes: 00:06:35 Station: WFSU Public Media Description: A look at urban renewal through the lens of a small African-American neighborhood. Type: Segment
Title: Warrior Tradition: The Protector Runtimes: 00:05:00 Station: WNED Description: N/A Type: Segment
Title: Warrior Tradition: Minnie's War Bonnet Runtimes: 00:04:58 Station: WNED Description: N/A Type: Segment
Title: Warrior Tradition: Art, Honor and Service Runtimes: 00:05:33 Station: WNED Description: N/A Type: Segment
Title: ReLive It: The Music Industry's Great Disruption Runtimes: 00:07:12 Station: WGBH Description: It’s 2002 and you want to download the Fugees song “Killing Me Softly,” or Nirvana’s “Come As You Are,” and share it with your friends. How much do you think you’d have to pay to do that? Would you ever guess $22,500? Type: Segment
Title: Gas Tax Runtimes: 00:05:55 Station: WGTE Public Media Description: It is widely recognized that America’s aged bridges and roads are failing. The package will examine the historical influences that have led to today’s infrastructure problems and the various innovative solutions being considered by local government. Type: Segment
Title: The Kendrick Consent Decree Runtimes: 00:06:31 Station: WKNO Description: In Memphis, Tennessee, a court decision from 1978 created a legal stumbling block for police tracking protesters in the present. Type: Segment
Title: Return of Indian Island Runtimes: 00:08:45 Station: KEET-TV Description: The Wiyot Tribe, after more than 150 years of exile, returns to the center of its spiritual universe on Indian Island in Humboldt Bay. Type: Segment
Title: Past and Present -- Immigration in Humboldt County Runtimes: 00:06:20 Station: KEET-TV Description: Striving to overcome a long-cultivated reputation for intolerance and anti-immigrant violence, Humboldt County votes to become a sanctuary for new arrivals. Type: Segment
Title: Lake Erie Bill of Rights Runtimes: 00:05:07 Station: WGTE Public Media Description: On February 26, 2019, voters in Toledo voted to amend the Toledo City charter and acknowledge that the Lake Erie watershed has legal rights to “exist, flourish, and naturally evolve.” Proponents of the Lake Erie Bill of Rights say that citizens are taking stewardship into their own hands. Type: Segment