Exploring Americas response to one of the greatest humanitarian crises in history. All episodes now streaming.
Ken Burns explores the revolutionary life of one of the 18th centurys most consequential figures.
Muhammad Ali brings to life the boxing champion who became an inspiration across the globe. All episodes now streaming.
UNUM Short considers the legacy of the United Mine Workers Strike of 1902, the role our modern government should play in labor disputes, and more.
A new UNUM Ken Burns playlist looks at key moments of debate and diplomacy in US history, featuring film clips and commentary from Dr. Imani Perry, Jim Sciutto, Dr. Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., Dr. Philip J. Deloria, and students and teachers from around the nation.
From UNUM: Leading voices in media reflect on communications role throughout history and the lessons that legacy holds for us today.
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For more than thirty years, Ken Burns and his collaborators have produced and directed some of the most acclaimed historical documentaries ever made. Through this impressive collection discover things you never knew about the people and events that molded our history.
On UNUM, Ken Burns rearranges the molecules of his films to explore US history in a new way.
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Explore educational resources that address key subjects, including Social Studies, U.S. and World History, civics and government, and geography.
Uncover American history with the stunning work of award-winning filmmaker, Ken Burns. Check out the 30+ films available from ShopPBS.
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