From 
THE NEW YORK TIMES
July 27, 2021

PBS Is Still TV’s Best Path to Better Citizenship

Telling uncomfortable truths may be in vogue now, but PBS has been doing it, quietly and consistently, for decades. “Frontline” premiered in 1983; Moyers was a progressive voice on PBS in a series of programs dating back to 1971. “American Experience” has been fleshing out the historical record since 1988 and has been a primary venue for the documentarian Stanley Nelson’s rich, continuing history of Black life in America (including “The Murder of Emmett Till” and “Freedom Riders”).

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