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‘Have You Heard From Johannesburg’ series begins tonight on Independent Lens

Watch A Landmark Series on the Anti-Apartheid Movement on PBS. See more from Independent Lens. “Have You Heard From Johannesburg,” a five-part series documenting the global struggle to end the South African apartheid, begins at 11:30 p.m. ET tonight with parts 1 and 2 on PBS’ “Independent Lens.” The series is airing nationally on PBS […]

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PBS airs ‘Pushing the Elephant,’ 10 p.m. tonight

How do we begin to understand the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo that has taken 5.4 million lives since 1998?* For filmmakers Beth Davenport and Elizabeth Mandel, it begins with the story of a mother and daughter, and their converging paths through survival and forgiveness. “Pushing the Elephant” airs on PBS’ Independent Lens […]

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