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Airing in May:
Human Trafficking: Pittsburgh Fights Back
Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. People used for labor or forced to sell sex. Learn how to fight human trafficking in our area and help survivors. If you suspect human trafficking, report it at: Pittsburgh FBI Trafficking Hotline 412-432-4122 National Human Trafficking Resource Center -- Call 1-888-373-7888 or text BeFree (233733
Change of Habit
The population of Catholic nuns in Western PA and across the United States is a quarter of what it was in the late 1960s. But even with their numbers dwindling and local convents shuttered, the revered Sisters aren't complaining or giving up, they're actually reinventing themselves. WQED’s Michael Bartley takes you to several local orders of religious women to show you where they're working and how they see the future of Sisters.
Two Guys, a Boat and a Cause
WQED profiles Three Rivers Waterkeeper, a non-profit organization that serves as a voice for the waterways throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. This episode of "Experience" follows the dedicated environmentalists on water, on land - and even to court - as they monitor and investigate potential threats to the region's waterways; empower citizens opposed to Marcellus Shale drilling; and fight to enforce the Clean Water Act.
Portrayal & Perception: Getting Schooled
The eighth installment in WQEDs Portrayal & Perception documentary series focuses on efforts to attract more African American men into the teaching community, including non-traditional teachers who use methods outside the classroom to produce better social behavior among African American males.