Arts and Entertainment

Finding a Voice: Fostering Indigenous Composers

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

In the fall of 2023, we followed NACAP’s quartet throughout the Navajo Nation to schools involved in the project.

Elva Mendoza: A CDA Scholar Success Story

Elva Mendoza is a CDA Scholar, a Family Child Care Provider and is in the process of becoming a Quality First participant home.

Female artists in Arizona

In honor of Women’s History Month this March, enjoy stories about local, inspiring women right here in Arizona!

This week on Horizonte!

Join host Catherine Anaya for a new season of “Horizonte,” a show examining issues of particular interest to Arizona’s Hispanic community.

Finding Your Roots: Mean Streets

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. traces the roots of comedian Tracy Morgan and actor Anthony Ramos—two native New Yorkers.

Independent Lens: Breaking the News

A scrappy group of women and LGBTQ+ journalists buck the white male-dominated status quo to launch the news startup The 19th*.

The bravery of Ruby Bridges: 4 ways to celebrate a six-year-old hero this Black History Month

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024

Educators can introduce and teach their students about Ruby Bridges’ remarkable story about desegregation in these four ways.

‘Gospel’ two-night event

Enjoy a two-night special event featuring four hours of programming from the beloved show “Gospel” hosted by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Gospel Live! Presented by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

This one-of-a-kind musical celebration honors the legacy of Gospel music in America with singers performing their favorite gospel classics.


His work ended legal segregation and led directly to the Civil and Voting Rights Acts and inspired freedom movements around the world.