Join WTVP in October as we celebrate the diversity of people, places and perspectives that makes up the rich fabric of America.
Celebrate the recipients of the annual Hispanic Heritage Awards. The evening includes performances and appearances by some of the country's most celebrated Hispanic artists and visionaries.
Celebrate the recipients of the annual Hispanic Heritage Awards.
Discover how the advent of the car brought African Americans new freedom but also dangers.
Explore the story of the Green Book, a travel guide for African Americans during the era of Jim Crow laws, and its connection to the freedom movement. Driving While Black chronicles a crucial and transformative period in American racial, cultural and social history.
The inspiring story of the Paralympic movement’s recent revolution, proﬁling its extraordinary founder, Sir Philip Craven, who was paralyzed at age 16 but determined to make an impact in the way the world sees these courageous athletes.
Celebrate Polish Heritage Month with a new one-hour special produced, hosted and narrated by News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg. The ﬁlm showcases the special destinations and unique experiences of Poland not found in traditional guidebooks, brochures or the internet.
Littleton Alston’s young life was sculpted by hardship and triumph. Fifty years later, the Omaha artist and Creighton University associate professor of sculpture is the ﬁrst African American to create a work to be displayed in National Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol. A Sculpted Life follows Alston on his creative quest to understand his subject, and Nebraska writer Willa Cather explores how personal struggles have shaped his own life.