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    Inside Brazil as it becomes the new global epicenter of coronavirus (Part 1)

    03:58
  • Inside Brazil as it becomes the new global epicenter of coronavirus (Part 2)

    06:30
  • Black Americans explore African roots in Ghana (Part 1)

    07:43
  • Black Americans explore African roots in Ghana (Part 2)

    06:27
  • Bryan Stevenson: Nationwide unrest is about a history of racial inequality (Part 1)

    04:37
  • Bryan Stevenson: Nationwide unrest is about a history of racial inequality (Part 2)

    03:34
  • How to talk with kids about racial inequality in America (Part 1)

    01:58
  • How to talk with kids about racial inequality in America (Part 2)

    02:06
  • Meet the Yankees’ first female minor league hitting coach (Part 1)

    02:16
  • Meet the Yankees’ first female minor league hitting coach (Part 2)

    02:05
  • How this company’s database of 3 billion faces could be used for contact tracing (Part 1)

    03:35
  • How this company’s database of 3 billion faces could be used for contact tracing (Part 2)

    02:44
  • Conviction integrity units working to exonerate the wrongfully convicted (Part 1)

    02:00
  • Conviction integrity units working to exonerate the wrongfully convicted (Part 2)

    02:07
  • Capturing History: Chief Official White House Photographers (Part 1)

    03:34
  • Capturing History: Chief Official White House Photographers (Part 2)

    02:45
  • Theaters, bars and restaurants debate how to keep customers safe from coronavirus spread (Part 1)

    02:20
  • Theaters, bars and restaurants debate how to keep customers safe from coronavirus spread (Part 2)

    02:03
  • From The Archives: The Nixon Impeachment Trials (Part 1)

    03:05
  • From The Archives: The Nixon Impeachment Trials (Part 2)

    02:58

This program trains prisoners in diving (Part 2)

03:49

Classes don’t just take place in the pool, there’s also classroom instruction. One of the teachers, who’s been working with the program for 12 years, said the inmates are some of the best students he’s ever had.