Learn about the new ways indigenous communities around the world are connecting with one another.
Curious about the chemistry of beer? Check out KQED’s new video to learn the science behind it!
American Promise premieres tonight (2/3) on POV.
Don’t miss a documentary 13 years in the making, providing a rare look into the lives of two middle class black families navigating the ups and downs of parenting and education opportunities.
Now Available: Watch all six episodes of Black Folk Don’t Season 3 for a candid conversation about race and identity.
So great, so necessary – Joe Hanson of It’s Okay To Be Smart offers some invaluable tips on how to read science news. Pair with The Baloney Detection Kit , these 11 essential rules for critical thinking, and Carl Sagan on mastering the vital balance between skepticism and openness.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi is the story of 85 year-old Jiro Ono, considered by many to be the world’s greatest sushi chef.
Tune in to Independent Lens on PBS, December 23rd at 10/9c.
“The first private spacecraft to land on the Red Planet will carry experiments designed by students and school pupils.
Mars One will send a robot lander similar to NASA’s Phoenix to test water purification and solar power modules for future colonists.
The firm plans to establish a human settlement on Martian soil in 2025, by offering passengers a one-way ticket.”
How do you bring “Street Knowledge 2 College?”
One high school in South Los Angeles is putting this question to the test as they work to transition youth off the school-to-prison pipeline.
Follow the moving stories of students from FREE L.A. High who are working to graduate against all odds in a new documentary web series from Latino Public Broadcasting.
We’re really excited about this new show. Check it out!