In THE GOOD ROAD, hosts Earl Bridges and Craig Martin trek around the world to meet people who are making a difference in their communities.
Follow three indigenous Bolivians who work at the lowest levels of the cocaine trade: two inmates of an overcrowded prison film their daily experiences, while one’s sister decides whether to traffic cocaine or pursue an education. COCAINE PRISON bridges the ever-widening gap between the North and South, bringing a new perspective to the War on Drugs being waged in the Andes.
In THE GOOD ROAD, Earl Bridges and Craig Martin – longtime philanthropists and best friends – trek around the world to meet people who are making a difference in their communities. In season two, the hosts explore places closer to home like Virginia, South Carolina and Puerto Rico, and destinations abroad such as India and the Burmese border, where the duo discovers inspiring change-makers and the limitless power of good.
STORIES FROM THE STAGE co-hosts Wes Hazard and Theresa Okokon go Live on Instagram to talk about the new season and share their own behind-the-scenes stories & secrets.
On Stories from the Stage, investigative journalist Phillip Martin shares his story of a fateful trip to a racially-tense Boston, MA. Read an exclusive Q&A with Martin to learn about the experience that led him to become the decorated journalist he is today.
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Our full line-up of programming this month covers topics from ability in the workplace to identity, including a new season of Stories from the Stage and our collection of Latinx stories. Explore more with our October Viewer’s Guide, adding new voices to the conversation around diversity during Global Diversity Awareness Month.
We continue to amplify the Latinx community with Hispanic Heritage Month films, featuring the premiere of America ReFramed’s FIVE YEARS NORTH and upcoming Oct. 27th panel discussion with award-winning veteran journalist Jorge Quiroga and guests about the impact of Latinos in America on the political stage and in the workforce.
Plus, explore a new slate of Discover Your World programming, offering science, history, culture, social justice and international news content every weekday from 2pm to 5pm ET for those who love learning.
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This month on WORLD, watch films that highlight our individual differences, reminding us of the very vulnerable, yet rewarding, human experience.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, WORLD Channel puts the spotlight on issues of inequity while celebrating the triumphs and joys of the Latinx community across borders through our collection of films.
Articulate explores how creative thinking shapes our world.
Exploring 1960s music history when Bugaloo defined a new generation of urban Latinos.
Garry Trudeau and Joyce Carol Oates’ long careers have been helped by dedication to craft.
As the U.S. continues to fight COVID-19, vaccines have become the most efficient way of curbing the virus, but a hesitancy in Americans to get vaccinated threatens to delay the process.
Decolonizing Mental Health calls for a redress of ways we define and treat mental health.
Two high school friends, Andrew Hare and Matt Daniels had a dream to bring healthy, local produce to South Carolina. Vertical Roots has since grown into the largest hydroponic container farm in the US producing year-round leafy greens and produce all throughout the United States.
Compelling stories that illuminate the changing contours of an ever-evolving America.
DOC WORLD brings international documentaries from around the globe to a US audience.
Local, USA features fascinating stories of diverse people, curated around a single theme.
Sharing extraordinary tales of what it means to be human through the art of storytelling. Now in its fourth season.