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GI Jews - Jewish Americans In World War II
GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II tells the story of the 550,000 Jewish American men and women who fought in World War II. In their own words, veterans both famous (director Mel Brooks, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger) and unknown share their war experiences: how they fought for their nation and people, struggled with anti-Semitism within their ranks, and emerged transformed.
Sunday, August 19
Aug 19, 1:23am Borders & Heritage
Borders & Heritage: S0E311 (4 min)

Fleeing a war torn El Salvador, Claudia Castro Luna and her family immigrated to the United States when she was a teenager. Arriving as a high school student not speaking a word of English, now as an adult she is the newly inaugurated Poet Laureate of Washington state. Learn more about her incredible journey and how she came to master the language of a new home.

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Monday, August 20
Aug 19, 10:23pm Borders & Heritage
Abel Rocha: Songs of the Workers (5 min)
episode numbers: 313

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

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Tuesday, August 21
Aug 21, 4:53am Borders & Heritage
Reina (Queen) (4 min)
episode numbers: 312

Seattle-based choreographer Alicia Mullikin is opening minds and challenging long-existing stereotypical notions of who can be a dancer

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Friday, August 24
Aug 24, 4:50pm Borders & Heritage
Abel Rocha: Songs of the Workers (5 min)
episode numbers: 313

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

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Friday, August 31
Aug 31, 4:50pm Borders & Heritage
Borders & Heritage: S0E225 (3 min)

In Seattle's Ethiopian cafes, coffee is brewed the old way -- slowly, with a shot of community.

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Saturday, September 15
Sep 14, 10:30pm Borders & Heritage
Los Artistas (23 min)
episode numbers: 301

Meet four local Latino artists for whom art is not only a form of social expression but also a proclamation of heritage. Featuring visual artist Juan Alonso-Rodríguez, poet Claudia Castro Luna, folk musician Abel Rocha, and dancer and choreographer Alicia Mullikin.

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