‘I Don’t Want to Be Vulnerable’
Clip: Special | 1m 18s
Coming Soon to PBS: Victor Rios joined a gang shortly after having his head broken open by a baseball bat. Seeking physical protection in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Oakland, 14-year-old Rios asked to be jumped in. Rios’ story reveals what shorthand labels like “gang member” obscure.
Aired: 12/20/19 |
Education, Rebellion, and Hope
Clip: Special | 4m 36s
Clip: Special | 2m
‘It Really Haunts Me Every Day’
Clip: Special | 1m 14s
Latino Vote: Dispatches from the Battleground
Special | 55m 39s | WETA Passport
Website | PBS SoCal | external link
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