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American Masters: How It Feels To Be Free

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Members of the Biden Administration That Have Called California Home

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Members of the Biden Administration That Have Called California Home

Biden has appointed several Californians to key jobs in his administration to help secure the homeland, preserve healthcare, boost the economy and improve education.
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PBS NewsHour

January 23, 2021 - PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode

January 23, 2021 - PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode
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Justice Delayed: Courts Overwhelmed by Pandemic Backlog

From child support to insurance fraud, court cases are delayed throughout California. Only half as many civil and criminal cases were resolved last summer compared with pre-pandemic numbers. “Justice has not shut down. Justice has slowed down,” according to an attorneys’ group.
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American Masters

American Masters: How It Feels To Be Free

The inspiring story of six trailblazing Black women entertainers.
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L.A. County Expands COVID Vaccines to Residents 65 And Older

L.A. County began scheduling COVID-19 vaccination appointments for those aged 65 and older today, but limited supplies and uncertainty about future allocations has left the inoculation effort shrouded in doubt.
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Celebrate Black History Month 2021 with KCET and PBS SoCal

In honor of Black History Month, KCET and PBS SoCal will showcase a curated lineup of enlightening programs to bolster awareness and understanding of racial history in America.
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Southland Sessions

L.A. River Becomes the Focal Point for Epic, Ongoing Experimental Theater

"Sleep No More" theater director Mikhael Tara Garver unearths the L.A. River's 8-mile deep stories and histories in an ongoing work of experimental theater called "Rio Reveals."
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PBS American Portrait

"I Keep"

Across America, people film themselves as they try to preserve or change traditions.
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Nova

Secrets in our DNA

More than 12 million Americans have sent their DNA to be analyzed by companies like 23andMe and AncestryDNA, but what actually happens once the sample is in the hands of testing companies? What are they looking at and how accurate are they?
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Thou Shalt Not Kill

Episode 9

A university math professor, Emanuele Sarti, is found dead in a tunnel inhabited by a homeless man in Valentino Park.
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