The program examines progress and challenges to Kentucky's adoption and foster care system in the context of recent reform efforts that have been enacted by the Kentucky General Assembly.
In 1969, the Chicago Black Panther Party formed alliances across ethnic and racial lines with other community-based movements in the city, including Latino group the Young Lords and southern whites the Young Patriots. Banding together in one of postwar America's most segregated cities to confront issues like police brutality and substandard housing, they called themselves the Rainbow Coalition. Watch now.
Host Marcus Samuelsson visits Houston to learn more about food and community in the Nigerian and greater West African diaspora. Centered around the large Nigerian population but also focused on Senegalese, Ghanaian, and other West African cultures, the episode explores how West African immigrants preserve recipes and food traditions and re-contextualize them in the Houston dining scene. Watch now.
Tag along with a couple of lucky young hunters as they experience their first waterfowl trip; raccoon hunting is as good as it gets for many outdoorsmen and women, and the float and fly is one of the best fishing techniques for catching big bass. Watch now.
Restoring an African American schoolhouse in Bullitt County; Tom T. Hall shares his Kentucky roots in stories and songs; mutton fans flock to an Owensboro BBQ festival; and in a Kentucky Life Moment, a new mural gets painted in downtown Lexington.
At Northern Kentucky University, Conductor Amy Gillingham's instrument is the orchestra; Ray Harm's art reveals the beauty of the fur, fins, and feathers of Kentucky's wildlife; Doug and his brother try their luck angling for large-mouth bass in Kentucky's newest lake; and elementary school student James Van Leer was the first African American to desegregate Madisonville's schools. Watch now.
Rabbit hunting with kids and dogs is hard to beat; Sauger fishing below dams is going to get better and better in the coming months; the Kentucky Fish & Wildlife Dept. doesn’t have an offseason – the winter months are some of the busiest for the state’s biologists. Watch now.