New exhibit chronicles work of late painter Barkley Hendricks and his use of the camera
The anti-immigration bill that changed the demographics of California
Today, California has a quarter of the country’s eligible Latino voters, but it wasn’t always that way.
A PBS SoCal documentary, “Prop 187: The Rise of the Latino Vote” traces the history of this demographic shift to an anti-immigration bill in the state more than 25 years ago, which mobilized Latinos to register to vote, changing California politics.
Pilar Marrero, the documentary’s consulting producer joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss.
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Five years after taking its last bow, Ringling Bros. is back – this time, without animals
Young playwrights use the theater to confront the trauma of gun violence
Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision with a show of support for a nation gripped by war
‘Faces Of COVID’ memorializes Americans who have died during the pandemic
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‘Philip Guston Now’ portrays art of controversial and confrontational painter