We The People 2.0 | KCET
We The People 2.0
American citizens who are normally marginalized, forgotten and left to fend against toxic dumps and other violations, come to understand that the only way to survive is to frontally challenge the oligarchy that has destroyed democracy in the United States. "We the People 2.0" comes from Leila Conners, the director of "The 11th Hour" Narrated by Walton Goggins.
For more information about the organizations featured in the film, visit the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund's website.
In four segments, subjects are asked what brought them to Los Angeles.KCET Original
The price of freedom for some in the L.A. County Jail system is simply to high a cost. As much as a quarter of the 17,000 in LA's jails are there simply because they cannot make bail. Condors were close to extinction when officials took an aggressive apprKCET Original
They’re called maybe babies... nearly a million frozen embryos stored in labs across the nation. They’re at the heart of a daunting decision for thousands couplesKCET Original
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Cassia in Santa Monica, Good Girl Dinette in Highland Park, Red Boat Fish Sauce, and Minh Phan of Porridge & Puffs are hoping to demonstrate that there’s so much more to Vietnamese culture than banh mi, spring rolls and pho.KCET Original
Join Huell Howser as he retraces the journeys of two items from their beginnings in San Francisco.
Huell attends the grand reopening of the Kelso Depot and tours the beautifully renovated and restored 1928 building in the Mojave National Preserve.
Columbia is a wonderfully preserved gold rush-era town, and it’s where Huell attends the annual Columbia Diggin’s celebration.
Phryne investigates the death of a young female worker in a factory 'accident' and soon learns that the woman's death might not be the misadventure the police think it is.