Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools, which examines the lives of Black girls in America. Across the country, black girls lives are misunderstood, highly judged – by teachers, administrators, and the justice system – and devalued by the very institutions charged with helping them flourish.
Meet three Chinese women labeled “leftover,” a derogatory term for unmarried women in their mid-20s and 30s. Follow them as they struggle to stay true to their ambitions amid a state-sponsored campaign that stigmatizes women who aren’t married.
It’s been 17 years since Hawai‘i’s medical marijuana registry program was first enacted, and two years since the legislature passed a law establishing a statewide dispensary system. After the State Department of Health encountered stumbling blocks in implementing this system, Gov.
TOP STORY Students from Kapaa Middle School on Kauai tell the story of Joe Young, a retired police officer who is also a prostate cancer survivor. Mr. Young decided against traditional medical treatments, such as surgery and chemotherapy. Instead he changed his lifestyle and focused on doing things that make him happy.
Following the broadcast premiere of PBS HAWAI‘I PRESENTS Haleakala: A Trek for Dignity, several individuals featured in the documentary will discuss mental health, and local resources available to promote mental well-being.
AIDS is one of the leading causes of death for black women in the rural South, where living with HIV is a grim reality. This film tells the story of a Southern grandmother as she struggles to help her family, but may be unable to save those she loves.