‘A Town Called Victoria’ two-night event

Join us for an eye-opening journey as we explore the resilience of the community of Victoria, Texas.

After a devastating hate crime reduces the local mosque to ashes, the people of Victoria must confront long-standing political, racial, and economic divisions. Together, they embark on a path towards healing and progress. Be the first to witness this compelling story by watching the episodes early with Arizona PBS Passport.

The Fire” – Episode 1

Mon. Nov. 13 at 9 p.m.

A south Texas town is thrown into the national spotlight when a local mosque is burned down in an apparent hate crime. After the media moves on, the community is left to reflect on its complex history with racism.

The Suspect” – Episode 2

Mon. Nov. 13 at 9 p.m.

With the arson trial near, the suspect’s family argues his innocence. Meanwhile, facets of Victoria reveal the ingredients that might have turned him to hate, and support for the town’s Muslim community begins to wane.

The Trial” – Episode 3

Tues. Nov. 14 at 9 p.m.

The prosecution presents shocking evidence. As the trial concludes, the engaged citizens of Victoria seek a way to build a more inclusive community.

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