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Leadership In The Digital Century

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We stand against racism and inequity throughout our society and particularly here at GBH.

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A trusted name in a complex media landscape, GBH is moving boldly onto new platforms through new initiatives at a critically important moment in our history.

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  • Lidia Bastianich and Yannick Benjamin

    Celebrity Chef Overcomes the Odds

    For Lidia Bastianich, food has always been a way to connect with others. In Lidia Celebrates America: Overcoming the Odds, the celebrity chef travels across the country to share the stories of five Americans who have overcome extraordinary odds.
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  • Highlights: Why Slavery?

    Bought and Sold: Modern Slavery Today

    The five films in the WHY SLAVERY? series, making their U.S. premiere on GBH WORLD’s Doc World this month, shed light on the millions of men, women and children living in the shadows of modern slavery across all corners of the world.
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  • highlights Reynolds

    ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Joins Ryan Reynolds in Film Skit

    It’s not every day that the worlds of Netflix, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and superstar Ryan Reynolds converge.
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  • Creators of Home from School Geoff O’Gara, Sophie Barksdale and Jordan Dresser

    Long Journey Home for the Children of Carlisle

    When the Carlisle Indian Industrial School opened in 1879 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, it had one goal: to force Native children to be assimilated into White society. Founded by Richard Henry Pratt, a Civil War general who convinced tribal leaders that their children needed to be “Americanized,” the government-run boarding school was driven by his guiding principle: “Kill the Indian in him and save the man.”
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