Full story - January 18, 2017
The Obama administration prepares to leave office, leaving a legacy of diversity behind.
As the White House changes hands this week, the demographics of the people who work there will also likely change drastically.
Full episode - January 18, 2017
The Obama administration prepares to leave office, leaving a legacy of diversity behind.
As the White House changes hands this week, the demographics of the people who work there will also change drastically.
Full story - January 16, 2017
Chicago Congressman Luis Gutierrez and Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal from Washington state at the 2016 National Immigrant Integration Conference in Nashville.
To create a new civil rights movement, immigration activists are scrambling to overcome divisions and prepare for the unknown.
Full episode - January 13, 2017
The 2016 National Immigrant Integration Conference in Nashville had an all star line up of speakers.
The lawyers, advocates and officials who work with immigrants had one chance before Inauguration Day to get together and make a plan to protect people threatened by Donald Trump's proposals. Otherhood was there.
Full story - December 16, 2016
Donald Trump refuses to answer a question from Univision's Jorge Ramos at a 2015 press conference in Iowa
Can "diverse" journalists be unbiased when the issue of diversity itself has become politicized?
Full episode - December 15, 2016
PBS Newshour's Hari Sreenivasan and Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa help answer the question: What's the role of a reporter of color in an age when diversity, inclusion and facts themselves are politicized?
Full episode - November 21, 2016
Ryan Vaarsi took this photo of "Vince" on a street corner in Santa Monica on Nov. 28, 2013.
Otherhood captures a national moment of post-election, pre-holiday dread with a collection of voicemail from people across the country. Many of them feel like others within their own families.
Full episode - November 14, 2016
A display in front of Mi Tierra restaurant in San Antonio.
The US drew a line in the sand, and Americans chose where to stand. Now people are examining strangers out of the corner of their eye, wondering just how much they don't know about who lives around them.
Full episode - October 28, 2016
Melissa Harris Perry addresses students at Wake Forest University.
Has Donald Trump helped fuel racism? Has he helped us confront it? Or, is former MSNBC Host Melissa Harris Perry right — is Trump just the current scapegoat for a country that avoids confronting its past?
Full episode - October 14, 2016
A view of the border fence in Nogales, Mexico, looking toward Nogales, Arizona.
In the burning heat of Arizona's vast, mostly empty Wild West desert, young Mexican American teenagers decide between working for the border guard or for the cartels smuggling drugs and people north. The kids that choose to be border agents face anger within their own families, as migrants desperate to come to the US die nameless deaths.

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