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This month, we're honoring the culture and heritage of Hispanic and Latino Americans. See inspiring, thought-provoking stories including a first generation American campaigning to become the first Latino Democratic legislator in a conservative, rural district, how one artist built a mobile "art truck" to bring the arts to underserved communities and the journey of a 17-year old breakdancing star with Olympic dreams. Join us in celebrating the contributions and influence of North Carolina's Hispanic and Latino residents.
Follow Ricky Hurtado, a first generation American, as he campaigns to become North Carolina's first Latino Democratic legislator. Hurtado works to earn the trust and votes of his neighbors in a conservative, rural county with a history of white supremacy. Weaving together themes of citizenship and representation, Earning Alamance probes the future of politics in a changing American South.
This is a coming-of-age story about two best friends living on the US-Mexico border in a scarred landscape of racial tensions, family wounds and lack of opportunities. Together, they embark on extraordinary journeys in 3D innovation and artistic creativity to heal themselves, their families and their community.
Life for a Latinx immigrant family in the New South can be challenging and sometimes terrifying, but thankfully, there’s always a fiesta to take you through the night. Three Latina girls and a seasoned drag artist host their own quinceañera, a complex and colorful rite of passage, showcasing the creative spirit of Latinx communities and their struggles to retain their roots and traditions.
PBS NC Original Series My Home, NC, Muse and more profile local artists leaving an indelible mark on our community.
Journey through our state's complex and enticing culinary highlights with NC Weekend, My Home, NC and NC Bookwatch.
Meet Giovanni, a young Puerto Rican activist, as he confronts the island’s persistent crisis of food insecurity. Motivated by his childhood struggle with hunger, he seeks to inspire his fellow citizens to join a movement of solidarity-oriented work by feeding families and college students through mutual aid efforts – all while facing challenges from local authorities.
Host and award-winning chef Vivian Howard digs deeper into the lesser-known roots of Southern food, Southern cooking and Southern living, exploring the connectivity of a single dish, and the ways people of different backgrounds interpret that dish while expressing the complex values, identities, and histories that make up the American South.
Join us September 15 – October 15 as we honor the culture and heritage of Hispanic and Latino Americans, celebrating their contributions and influence.