Play Beyond the Canvas | Season 2 | Episode 5

We hear from some of Mexico’s most prominent figures, including “Roma” star and activist Yalitza Aparicio and chef Gabriela Cámara. This episode highlights Mexico’s emergence as a global arts center and shares updates on how some of the country’s creative innovators are surviving amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Play Beyond the Canvas | Season 2 | Episode 4

What does it mean to deliver “a message with the music”? Sit down with Black musicians who bridge story and sound. In this episode of “Beyond the CANVAS,” the musical ensemble Ranky Tanky, singer Rhiannon Giddens and others share their belief in the power of music to honor the past and inspire the future.

Play Tulsa Revisited, A PBS NewsHour Weekend Special

Hosted by Michael Hill, this program will explore the events and themes presented in the film, "Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten," both in the context of historical events, and current social issues. Themes will include current civil unrest, the issue of reparations, the historical racial landscape in America and generational efforts to level the playing field.

Play Race Matters: America After George Floyd

On the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death, Judy Woodruff and PBS NewsHour reporters will focus on what has changed, and what hasn’t, since the outrage and protests of last summer, focusing on Minneapolis as well as several other communities around the country that have also seen protests, police killings and hate crimes.

Play Beyond the Canvas | Season 2 | Episode 3

“Beyond the CANVAS” honors five trailblazing women in the arts. In this episode of “Beyond the CANVAS,” the legendary Dolly Parton, Julie Andrews, and other creators show us how the road to success wasn’t just one they walked, but one they paved themselves.

Play Critical Care: America vs the World

Millions of Americans have no health insurance, and live in fear that one illness could bankrupt them. Even though the U.S. spends far more on health care than other high-income nations, Americans still die of preventable diseases at greater rates. The PBS NewsHour special “Critical Care: America vs the World,” examines how other nations achieve universal care for less money, with better outcomes.

Play Beyond the Canvas | Season 2 | Episode 2

What does it take to make it to the top? In this episode of “Beyond the CANVAS,” we speak to visionaries recognized at the highest levels in their fields. Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, filmmaker Sir David Attenborough, and others share what it takes to achieve excellence.

Play Beyond the Canvas | Season 2 | Episode 1

Finding one’s voice as a writer takes dedication, courage, and a willingness to reimagine the world through words on a page. In this episode of “Beyond the CANVAS,” we sit down with novelist Margaret Atwood, playwright Danai Gurira, and others to talk about finding meaning as a writer.

Play 'Celebrating America' - A PBS NewsHour inauguration special

PBS NewsHour is taking a closer look at Inauguration Day with our special, "Celebrating America." Anchor and managing editor Judy Woodruff breaks down the historic day with White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor, Washington Post senior critic Robin Givhan, filmmaker Ken Burns and Annette Gordon-Reed, a historian and law professor at Harvard University.

Play American Reckoning – A PBS NewsHour Special Report

Following the aftermath of the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol, “American Reckoning – A PBS NewsHour Special Report” looks at the economic and racial history that led to a political divide between Americans, the impact of President Donald Trump’s rhetoric throughout his presidency and the next steps for the nation to heal from the recent attack on American democracy.

Play Witness to the Siege - A PBS NewsHour Special

On Jan. 6, for the first time in more than two centuries, Congress was attacked and overrun, this time by its own citizens. The PBS NewsHour’s anchor and managing editor Judy Woodruff talks to correspondents Lisa Desjardins, Amna Nawaz and Yamiche Alcindor about what they saw at the Capitol, at the White House and what they'll always remember from that day.

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