PBS Newshour Weekend
117 films Found
In ‘We Have Made These Lands What They Are: The Architecture of Slavery,’ artist Keris Salmon examines the quotidian in the lives of her ancestors through curated collections of images.
In Texas, black women are twice as likely to die during childbirth than white women. Research has found that lack of insurance and indications of racial bias among medical staff are blame for this statistic.
As the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union remains on hold, the country gears up to participate in European Parliament elections. Will the public favour Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party?
The territorial war with ISIS is over in Syria. But it's the beginning of a new fight for the country's embattled Kurdish population.
A new law passed in 2018 under Italy's populist government has been pushing migrants out. An estimated 10,000 migrants have attempted to cross into France, taking a treacherous route through the Alps.
After almost two decades of war and strife, Iraq's capital is finally experiencing a period of relative stability. PBS looks at how the battle-worn capital is witnessing the re-emergence of a once burgeoning art scene.
Peru’s open-door policy has made it an attractive destination for Venezuelans fleeing poverty at home. But the arrival of one million migrants has put pressure on the Andean state's limited resources.
In 2013, the Dominican government ended birthright citizenship for children born in the D.R. to undocumented parents. That policy continues to have a detrimental impact on the country’s large Haitian migrant community.