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Borders & Heritage

Tune in for a special broadcast presentation of Borders & Heritage:
Los Artistas airs SUN June 24 at 6:30p and 10:30p on KCTS 9.

Borders & Heritage

Stories of the immigrant experience in the Pacific Northwest.

Stories

Stories of four Latino artists living in the Pacific Northwest for whom art is...
May 21, 2018
In Washington’s Yakima Valley, the immigration policy DACA has meant hope for...
May 7, 2018
Abel Rocha, a Mexican folksinger in Seattle, has been called a “keeper of...
Alicia Mullikin Seattle-based Dancer and Choreographer
April 24, 2018
“I am not tall, long, thin, blonde hair, blue eyes,” says Alicia Mullikin. And...
April 18, 2018
Claudia Castro Luna is now traveling the state teaching workshops in...
March 6, 2018
The artist reconnects with his Cuban roots and reinvents his art.
January 31, 2018
Maru Mora Villalpando, immigrant leader and a key organizer of protests at the...
December 14, 2017
“I’ve been contributing to my community, paying taxes, being the best citizen...
December 12, 2017
Enrique Cerna writes about a young immigrant who is trying to make her way amid...
Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony in Seattle
December 1, 2017
Amid the bustle of Seattle’s big-city, fast-moving, grab-and-go coffee culture...
November 2, 2017
From Pramila Jayapal to Manka Dhingra, meet Washington’s new wave of women...
October 9, 2017
A conversation with the community organizer who co-founded the United Farm...

Episodes

Season 4
According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, labor shortages nationwide could cost...
Season 4
Seventy-five years after the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II,...
Season 4
At 92 years old, Mary Matsuda Gruenewald is one of the last remaining survivors of the...
Season 4
Today, 75 years after the Executive Order that sent Japanese Americans to internment...
Season 4
When Hayakawa and Tere Martinez were commissioned by Tacoma’s Broadway Center for the...
Season 4
It’s 1942, the country is engaged in World War II, and the US Government incarcerates...
Season 4
Tucked away in the heart of Seattle's International district lies Maneki, a Japanese...
Season 4
A collection of old Japanese 78 RPM records, donated by local community members in...
Season 4
Abel Rocha, a Mexican folksinger in Seattle, has been called a "keeper of Mexico's...
Season 4
Choreographer Alicia Mullikin is opening minds and challenging long-existing...
Season 4
For long, memories of a Cuban childhood inspired Seattle-based artist Juan Alonso-...
Season 4
Amid the bustle of Seattle’s big-city, fast-moving, grab-and-go coffee culture, a slower...
Season 4
About two months after Japan attacked American naval base at Pearl Harbor, President...

About the Series

Resources

Upcoming Episodes

Sat 6/23, 5:52pm
Claudia Castro Luna: Washington’s First Immigrant Poet Laureate
Sat 6/23, 9:52pm
Abel Rocha: Songs of the Workers

Profile of Mexican folksinger Abel Rocha, and the workers’ ballads he sings and plays

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