Bill Moyers talks with Bill T. Jones, the artistic giant who revolutionized modern dance. The son of migrant farm workers in the South – the 10th of 12 children – Jones grew up to win two Tony Awards, receive the National Medal of Art and a MacArthur Genius Fellowship and to be honored by the Kennedy Center.
- June 20, 2017The group announced their resignation in a Newsweek editorial in which they noted that many Americans — including the president — don't realize the significant impact the disease still has in many communities.
- April 24, 2017It seems to be a media rule: If you’re “not a scientist,” pick the wrong one you like as your go-to authority.
- December 24, 2014These groups are already making a difference for women, victims of war, disease and violence — but they can do more with your help.
- December 19, 2012 | Group ThinkI’m shocked at how little coverage – and public notice — the roll-out of two advancements in the fight against HIV/AIDS have received
- December 13, 2012Yael Lehmann of Philadelphia's Food Trust explains how rates were reduced in one of America's poorest cities.
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- February 18, 1990The doctor who invented the polio vaccine believed that medical solutions are not invented, but rather revealed from nature.