A new documentary shining a light on Adultification: the perception that African American girls are more adult and less in need of support and care than girls of a different race.
Behind Enemy Lines
Shot down two weeks before D-Day, P-47 fighter pilot Wally King experienced turmoil first-hand. Now 97 and living in New Wilmington, PA, he relives the uncertainty and desperation, along with unexpected moments of humanity.
VOICES: The Most Livable City for Who?
Among U.S. cities, Pittsburgh ranks poorly in many areas involving racial equity. Hear from a diverse group of community leaders and activists on how to improve our region's lack of progress and get involved in finding solutions.
An Unlikely Refuge
As a follow-up to WQED’s PBS national documentary, “Harbor from the Holocaust” this 30-minute local documentary examines the Pittsburgh connections to a little-known story of Jews who found refuge in Shanghai during the Holocaust.
In Pittsburgh's African American community, the suffrage movement was vibrant, and it grew out of women's reading clubs. Join us in celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.