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Incisive interviews with leading thinkers, Secretaries of State, and survivors.
Two Afro-Colombian women fight for their gold-rich land.
Three Afghan women fight to protect their hard-earned rights
How sixteen Bosnian women changed the rules of war.
A Colombian congresswoman survives seven years captivity in the jungle.
At West Bank checkpoints, Israeli women monitor the treatment of Palestinians
A look at efforts by women of Afghanistan to participate in government
A look at Afghanistan's need for international support
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Liberian women take on warlords and bring peace to their shattered country.
Afro-Colombian women fight to hold onto their gold-rich land. Premieres November 1, 2011
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WETA looks back at the people and events of the 1980s — the disorderly decade that saw Washington's emergence as a true global capital.
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Author Sue Eisenfeld discusses the creation of Shenandoah National Park, which involved displacing thousands of longtime residents from Virginia's Blue Ridge mountains.
Sesame Street, the recipient of 85 Emmys, helps children learn and grow with its unique blend of excitement, humor, and compassion.
Do you know the bizarre story of how James McNeil Whistler's lavish "Peacock Room" came to the Smithsonian?
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