"Kill the Indian in him, and save the man.” This was the guiding principle that removed thousands of Native American children and placed them in Indian boarding schools. Among the many who died at Carlisle Indian Industrial School were three Northern Arapaho boys. Now, more than a century later, tribal members journey from Wyoming to Pennsylvania to help them finally come home. Watch now.
From his early days at Vanderbilt University to his career at Ashland Oil, the late John Hall thrived on competition while exhibiting tenacity and compassion. Hall, who died on Nov. 25, 2021, at age 89, spearheaded many worthy causes in Kentucky, including education and cancer research.
Host Renee Shaw talks with scholar, sociologist and author William Turner about his new book "Harlan Renaissance: Stories of Black Life in Appalachian Coal Towns" which chronicles the area's vibrant Black communities during coal's final post-war boom years.
“Those who went into the service and those who did not, we are two different realities,” a Veteran decides. But Veterans don't all feel the same. Some like “Thank you for your service”; others feel it's “bumper-sticker deep.” Veterans reflecting ask how veterans and civilians can move America forward together. Hosted by J. R. Martinez, Army Veteran, actor, and motivational speaker. Watch now.
Hollywood war stories mostly end with the hero’s return. In reality, the road back to civilian life is less certain. For some, there were ticker-tape parades; for others, protests, anger and silence. Some veterans return home full of confidence, while others think, “What am I going to do now?” Hosted by actor Wes Studi, Vietnam War Veteran (National Guard) and Native American (Cherokee) activist. Watch now.
Honoring Those Who Served
Celebrate and learn about the veterans who have served our country.
Military life shapes servicemen and women in profound, unexpected ways. Veterans’ stories showcase the raw impact of these experiences: A Coast Guard recruit who helped ferry soldiers on D-Day. A pilot who remotely guided bomber drones over Afghanistan. A Marine who became the first Latina general. Hosted by Senator Tammy Duckworth, Iraq War Veteran (Army) and Purple Heart recipient. Watch now.