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The Boys from the Barrio

Honoring the valor of Latino Americans


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Why We March

Women on the march for women’s rights


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Betty’s One Room School

A determined woman saves her country school


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The Old Windmill

Time stopped at the Kregel Windmill Factory.


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Hallmark Sends Its Very Best

A very Hallmark Christmas in David City.


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Drums of Change

An essay on Susan LaFlesche Picotte, the first Native American doctor.


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Nuns at Work

We meet the Catholic Sisters of Notre Dame of Omaha and learn about their efforts to help the poor and disadvantaged in Omaha.


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The Quiet Power of Danelle Smith

Danelle Smith of the Winnebago Tribe has carved out an amazing career as an attorney against seemingly impossible odds.


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The Dundee Theater

Visit the restored Dundee Theater


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Victims of Peace

Former Lincoln police officer turned human rights advocate Kathryn Bolkovac


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Extraordinary Stitches

Grace Snyder's quilting legacy from the UNL's International Quilt Center.


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Marooned in the South Pacific

A World War II Navy vet recalls his harrowing experience of being lost at sea.



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