Service: When Women Come Marching Home - UW Tacoma Screening

Service: When Women Come Marching Home 
Women make up 15% of today’s military, and that number is expected to double in the next 10 years. Through compelling portraits in Service: When Women Come Marching Home, we meet women who have fought the frontless wars of Iraq and Afghanistan. The women return home with devastating physical injuries as well as the invisible injuries of war, PTSD and its insidious catalyst, Military Sexual Trauma (MST).

National Geographic Live! In Search of the Ancient Maya

KCTS 9 is a proud media sponsor of 2013 National Geographic Live! Seattle Speaker Series, presented by Benaroya Hall and the Seattle Symphony.

National Geographic Live! In Search of the Ancient Maya

KCTS 9 is a proud media sponsor of 2013 National Geographic Live! Seattle Speaker Series, presented by Benaroya Hall and the Seattle Symphony.

National Geographic Live! In Search of the Ancient Maya

KCTS 9 is a proud media sponsor of 2013 National Geographic Live! Seattle Speaker Series, presented by Benaroya Hall and the Seattle Symphony.

History Cafe: Seattle History of Water

HistoryLink historians Jennifer Ott and Kit Oldham will talk about the establishment of Seattle's water system and the Cedar River watershed in the context of this city's historical struggle between the public and the private sector in providing utilities to the people of Seattle.

About History Cafe

National Geographic Live! Birds of Paradise

KCTS 9 is a proud media sponsor of 2013 National Geographic Live! Seattle Speaker Series, presented by Benaroya Hall and the Seattle Symphony.

History Cafe: Seattle at the Movies

Robert Horton, curator of MOHAI’s exhibit Celluloid Seattle, will moderate a discussion about how the experience of going to see a movie in Seattle has changed over the decades.

About History Cafe

National Geographic Live! Birds of Paradise

KCTS 9 is a proud media sponsor of 2013 National Geographic Live! Seattle Speaker Series, presented by Benaroya Hall and the Seattle Symphony.

Investigating Arctic Ice Melt at Queen Anne Science Cafe

Bonnie Light, Ph.D., Ignatius Rigor, Ph.D., and Axel Schweiger, Ph.D., Applied Physics Laboratory, UW

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