Nine U.S. citizens, mostly women and children, were killed in an attack by a cartel in Northern Mexico south of Douglas, Arizona. Those killed were members of an offshoot of the Mormon Church. Alexander Aviña, Arizona State University School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, discusses the shooting within the context of Mexico’s “War on Drugs”.
NOVA presents the remarkable life story of Percy Julian — not only one of the great African-American scientists of the 20th century, but an industrialist, self-made millionaire, humanitarian and civil rights pioneer.
This January, "Great Performances" is exploring two historic music events in new documentaries about soprano Maria Callas and pianist Vladimir Horowitz, two international music icons of the twentieth century.
Have you decided that it’s high time to take a step back and look at the big picture? Whatever your motivation, we’ve got you covered.