Meet the ASU professor who calls himself a socially-engaged artist

Gregory Sale calls himself a social justice artist. His recent projects focus on artwork by former incarcerated individuals to shine the light on our often inconsistent penal system. Host Alberto Rios talks to Sale and a former inmate about these transformative pieces. https://gregorysaleart.com/

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American Experience presents 'Reagan'

Re-examine the life and career of Ronald Reagan, America's most ideological president in his rhetoric, yet pragmatic in his actions. His vision of America divided the nation, yet no matter what people thought of him politically, Reagan always won them over personally.

Arizona PBS to address race and racism in America

Arizona PBS will feature programming focused on race in America following the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, and the ensuing protests that erupted across the country.

An all-female detective agency is on the case in 'Frankie Drake Mysteries'

Set in Toronto in the 1920s, a time when women could not become official police officers, the city's only all-female private detective agency takes on the cases the police don't dare touch. "Frankie Drake Mysteries" comes to Arizona PBS airs on Thursdays, starting April 9 at 8 p.m.