By Edward Shore Unfinished Sentences is an initiative of the University of Washington Center for Human Rights (UWCHR) to encourage public participation in support of human rights in El Salvador. The campaign aims to document and share the stories of survivors of crimes against humanity committed in El Salvador’s civil war (1980-1992) while supporting Salvadoran […]
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By Edward Shore Postcards from the Great Divide is an online documentary film series produced by leading American independent filmmakers and is part of a digital partnership between PBS’s Election 2016 initiative and The Washington Post, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and Latino Public Broadcasting, with a PBS broadcast on the World Channel. Paul Stekler, a Peabody Award […]
By Joan Neuberger Every Friday, KUT producer Rebecca McInroy hosts “Two Guys On Your Head,” a podcast with UT Austin psychologists, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke. The conversations cover everything from procrastination, to why you feel younger than you actually are, to why breaking up is hard to do. Thinking in Public caught […]
The Austin Archives Bazaar is a free, fun, and engaging biennial event open to the general public and appropriate for all ages. At the heart of the event are booths from over two dozen Central Texas archives showing off their amazing collections and services in one big room and promoting the diverse cultural heritage resources available […]
Scholars at the University of Manchester in the UK prepared a traveling exhibit for the Bicentennial of the Blanketers March. The exhibit will journey from Manchester to London next March.