Global Mosaic | KCET
"Global Mosaic" offers fresh perspectives on critical world issues, going to the heart of the news with personal stories reported by a team of independent filmmakers working on multiple continents. A new edition of the Peabody Award-winning "Mosaic” daily program that launched on Link TV in 2001, the new "Global Mosaic” documentary series launches in September 2020 with three programs: "Young Women Rising," "Water for Life," and "Migrant Journeys."
Top image is a still of Kierra Byrd, fellow in the Young Women's Advisory Council, receiving her college diploma. Still from the "Global Mosaic" episode "Young Women Rising."
The global pandemic is creating new barriers to human migration as border walls, nationalism and legal restrictions on migrant labor are implemented worldwide. From Central America to Spain’s border on the Mediterranean Sea, this episode follows young migrants who, undeterred by failed attempts, are trying yet again to escape extreme dangers and reach their dream of finding a better life.
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