This documentary examines the life and mysterious death of pioneering Mexican-American journalist Ruben Salazar. At the heart of the story is his transformation from a mainstream, establishment Los Angeles Times reporter to a supporter and primary chronicler of the radical Chicano movement of the late 1960s. Killed by a law enforcement officer in 1970, Salazar became an instant martyr. Learn more about this documentary
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Jazz and pop cross on ACL with Norah Jones and Kat Edmonson. Jones sings songs from her Dangermouse-produced album Little Broken Hearts. Edmonson showcases the song stylings of her LP Way Down Low.
Set up a flower potions lab with water, flowers and food coloring — a simple and entertaining activity suitable for toddlers and preschoolers. View the instructions and find more crafts for kids at PBS Parents.
Steve Kraske of KCUR, Stacey Cameron, Investigative Reporter, Barbara Shelly of the Kansas City Star and Steve Vockrodt of The Pitch join Nick Haines to dissect this week's top news stories, including articles of impeachment against Missouri's governor, JJ's restaurant's plans to reopen and more. Jay Nixon photo courtesy of Salon.com
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the Supreme Court upholding the right of Michigan citizens to say you can't use race as a criteria for college admission, a new expansive gun rights law in Georgia and an update on four Senate races in the South.