It has been said, “Gays have a past but no history.” Gays and Lesbians don’t grow up immersed in gay history, it is something they must search for.
In 1965, Patsy Mink became the first Asian-American woman and woman of color in the United States Congress.
Please join us for a public screening of a series of mini-documentaries produced by local teens.
Join WXXI on an enlightening and comprehensive journey into the inner workings of the electrical power infrastructure that exists today.
From May until November 1961, more than 400 black and white Americans risked their lives by simply traveling together on buses and trains as they journeyed through the Deep South.
This film tells the story of the American Civil Rights movement through its powerful music -- the freedom songs protesters sang as they fought for justice and equality.
State of the Re:Union looks at how Utica has opened its doors to the world's needy, and how that's bringing fresh energy to a city in dire need of it.
Sharon Hanshaw is empowering women to become leaders and help rebuild after Hurricane Katrina.
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49% Tom Richards (D)
42% Bill Johnson (WF, I)
9% Alex White (G)
Watch the Voice of the Voter debate between mayoral candidates William Johnson, Thomas Richards, and Alex White that aired on WXXI radio and TV Thursday, March 24.
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