This Dialogue on Disability special features a patient with Parkinson's.
An intimate look at the lives of several families who live with a member affected by fragile X syndrome.
A rare look at a friendship between two people who have disabilities—and their tireless activism for the rights of all people who have disabilities.
A glimpse into deaf culture through the stories of those who live it.
Take a look at how some schools and universities are trying to ease the transition of learning disabled students to a life after graduation.
A look at different HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment practices on different continents.
WXXI News explores the unique challenges the Rochester City School District faces in dealing with students who become pregnant, or contract sexually transmitted infections.
Gwen Ifill was in studio on Saturday, January 23 and WXXI taped her lecture to share with our viewers who weren't able to attend.
Stew Rodewald stars as a young African-American man in search of his artistic and personal identity.
Go on tour with two-dozen talented seniors who remain young in spirit.
Paul Lamont presents the story of Elbert Hubbard, founder of the Roycroft artisan community in East Aurora, New York during the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Edo de Waart conducts Strauss's comic masterpiece starring Rochester native Renée Fleming.
PBS and Live From Lincoln Center invite you to ring in 2017 with an “Enchanted Evening” of American classics, including beloved works by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
Rachael Simmons hosts this look into the lives of four teenage girls as they face challenges and opportunities.
Follow ten very different people as they explore science and art through the ancient practice of origami.
Rick Steves' travels have taught him the power of people-to-people diplomacy. Now as tensions rise between the U.S. and Iran, he's taking action.
Join Conductor Jeff Tyzik in this Rochester tradition.
How is the climate change altering our world?
WXXI remembers a great man, and a dear friend.
New York League of Women Voters executive director Barbara Bartoletti discusses the budgetary and ethical breakdowns in state government, and examines what can be done to make Albany more effective.
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