Arizona PBS Celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month

June is LGBTQ Pride month, marking the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall riots and celebrating the impact of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. Explore our collection of related programs airing on Arizona PBS throughout the month of June.


American Masters
“Ballerina Boys”
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Discover Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo (The Trocks), an all-male company that for 45 years has offered audiences their passion for ballet classics mixed with exuberant comedy. With every step they poke fun at their strictly gendered art form.

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Follow queer actor Dyllón Burnside on a journey to discover how LGBTQ Americans are finding ways to live authentically and with pride in the modern South.

Melissa Etheridge: This Is M.E. Live in LA
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Join the American rock icon and her band as they perform on the final night of her 2014 national tour at the historic Orpheum in Los Angeles. The set includes songs from her This is M.E. album as well as many of her classic hits.

Us on Masterpiece
Monday, June 20 and 28 at 8 p.m.
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A family holiday across Europe – what could go wrong? Tom Hollander and Saskia Reeves star in an adaptation of David Nicholls’ bestselling novel.

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Back to School with 'Cyberchase'

Cyberchase characters

From standards-aligned lessons to digital learning games, "Cyberchase" has helpful tools that elementary educators can use in their classroom all year long.

A Dream in Doubt

Rana Singh Sodhi holds a portrait of his brother, Balbir, a Sikh American who was murdered in the wake of 9/11

Rana Singh Sodhi found his life forever altered by the 9/11 attacks when his turban and beard became symbols of the terrorists who attacked America.

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

This new four-part documentary follows the life of one of the most consequential men of the 20th century; Muhammad Ali. Directed by Ken Burns.