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New! Becoming Frederick Douglass 55 min.

Discover how a man born into slavery became one of the most influential voices for democracy U.S. history. A gifted writer and charismatic orator, it is estimated that more Americans heard Douglass speak than any other 19th-century figure — Black or white. Directed by Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Stanley Nelson and Nicole London, the film features the voice of actor Wendell Pierce as Douglass.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Crypto Decoded 54 min.

From Bitcoin to NFTs, crypto is making headlines, but what exactly is it, and how does it work? Experts go beyond the hype and skepticism to unravel the social and technological underpinnings of crypto--exploring how it came to be and why this new technology may change more than just money.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Episode 2: Idaho: Tied to the Land (America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston) 53 min.

Life on the American frontier is evolving. To find out how, and what it means, Baratunde Thurston ventures into the wilds of Idaho in search of its outdoor culture. He finds ranchers and backcountry pilots sharing the wilderness with newly resettled refugees and sees how climate change is playing havoc with the age-old salmon fishery.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Episode 3: LA: It's a Vibe (America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston) 54 min.

Baratunde explores his adopted hometown of Los Angeles to learn how Angelinos connect with the outdoors in their sprawling city. From kayakers saving a polluted river to urban gardens nourishing a community, and Black surfers claiming their place on the waves - even as climate change brings on the sharks - preserving access to outdoor LA is something worth fighting for.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Episode 4: Appalachia: A Different Way (America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston) 54 min.

Appalachia may seem like a place locked in time, but its people know a thing or two about change, especially when it comes to the outdoors. Baratunde meets the people driving a revolution in how we see and interact with nature, from a record-breaking hiker, to a 21st century forager to former coal miners working with bees and advocates working to make the outdoors accessible to everyone.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Episode 5: Tidewater: Homecoming (America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston) 53 min.

Along the coast of North Carolina, there’s more to the outdoor life than sun and surf. As he treks through a daunting swamp, soars above the dunes on a Wright Brothers glider, explores a way of life drowning from climate change and tracks wild horses on the beach, Baratunde discovers how these outdoor environments were shaped by a surprising force: history.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Episode 6: Minnesota: A Better World (America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston) 54 min.

What does the wild mean to Americans today? To find out, Baratunde journeys into Minnesota’s Arrowhead Region, one of the last places where you can hike or paddle your way into the remote wilderness. From passionate birders to harvesters of wild rice, he encounters a fascinating cast of characters—and hears from them why wilderness means so much.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom 55 min.

Go beyond the legend and meet the woman who repeatedly risked her life and freedom to liberate others from slavery. One of the greatest freedom fighters in U.S. history, Tubman was an Underground Railroad conductor, a Civil War scout, nurse and spy. Directed by Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Stanley Nelson and Nicole London, the film is narrated by Emmy® Award-winner Alfre Woodard.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Rising Against Asian Hate: One Day in March 55 min.

Following the aftermath of the March 2021 mass shootings at three spas in Atlanta, this film chronicles how the Asian American community came together to fight back against hate. Offering a conversation about race, class and gender, the film takes a deep dive into this critical moment of racial reckoning, exploring the struggles, triumphs and achievements of AAPI communities.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022

New! Zero to Infinity 54 min.

Zero and infinity. These seemingly opposite, obvious and indispensable concepts are relatively recent human inventions. Discover the surprising story of how these key concepts that revolutionized mathematics came to be—not just once, but over and over again as different cultures invented and re-invented them across thousands of years.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2022