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Joisel's origami seashell is magnificently faithful to the real thing - inside and out.
Vik Muniz creates portraits of people using materials from the places where they live and work.
Catador Tiao in a pose reminiscent of David's painting "The Death of Marat."
Suelem has worked as a garbage picker since she was 7 years old.
For Valeria, art making has been a bittersweet experience.
Shelbyville is not Mayberry anymore.
Desperately seeking Southern hospitality.
No pride in prejudice.
Finding common ground through discrimination.
Say amen, Shelbyville!
Visit an unusual summer camp for young women where they recreate life in the Antebellum South.
How does a romantic portrayal of the past affect current attitudes on race and gender?
The myth of the southern belle
Erasing slavery from Secession
Justifications for slavery
The southern small farmer
A look at a dramatic TV soap opera series, created after Kenya's violent 2007 presidential election.
Jessie Little Doe Baird, a Wampanoag linguist, helps her tribe revive its mother tongue.
Jessie Little Doe describes her initial resistance to working with a white linguist.
The Wampanoag people are recovering ancestral stories and writing original songs in their language.
A new generation is breathing life into what was once thought to be a lost language.
Though their ethnicities are mixed, the Wampanoag take pride in their tribal heritage.
For Lee Gorewitz, living with Alzheimer's is an odyssey.
Lee reinvents her family in the face of Alzheimer's.
Lee makes mischief with fellow Alzheimer's patients.
Growing cagey in the unit, Lee finds ways to keep others on their toes.
Stigmatized and shunned, Filipino Amerasians seek legitimization.
A parent seeks the father who abandoned him.
An affadavit offers hope to one Filipino Amerasian.
Some servicemen paid for "wives" but didn't want "families."
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