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10 Homes That Changed America

10 Homes that Changed America highlights ten architecturally adventuresome dwellings, which provided Americans with more than just a “roof over their heads”—these homes elevated living to an art form. Meet the talented architects who brought these buildings to life, along with their often-eccentric clients, and the lucky individuals who live in these historic homes today. A primer in domestic architecture, 10 Homes will also offer a lesson in the history of American domestic life, as the evolving design of these homes over time reveals America’s changing relationship with nature, technology, and each other.
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2017; 2016
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10 Parks That Changed America

10 Parks that Changed America tells the story of ten visionaries who took open canvases of God-forsaken land, and transformed them into serene spaces that offer city dwellers a respite from the hustle and bustle of urban life. From the elegant squares of Savannah, Georgia, to a park built over a freeway in Seattle, to the more recent High Line in New York, each story introduces the heroes who brought these parks to life, and the villains who preferred to exploit the land for private enterprise. Discover the evolution of our nation’s city parks, and learn the history of landscape architecture—an American-born art in which human beings try their best to mimic nature.
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2017; 2016
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A Stacked Deck

This program from Tony Brown's Journal takes a historical look at how Jim Crow and racism adverselly impacted the economic growth of the Black community. Featuring U.S. Attorney Clint Bolick, Vice President and Director of Litigation at the Institute For Justice and author of Unfinished Business: A Civil Rights Strategy, the program presents a series of revealing film clips that chronicle the history of Jim Crowism. Bolick examines current efforts to knock down laws that impair basic economic liberty for Blacks.
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2018; 1992