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Peacekeeper Joan Schadewald shares the story of the Brothertown Indian Nation.
Tribal elder Ernie St. Germaine shares the oral tradition of the Lac Du Flambeau Ojibwe.
Marvin DeFoe and Andrew Gokee share the oral tradition of the Red Cliff Ojibwe.
Explore how Wisconsin farmers are working with university researchers and specialists.
A study asks what might the Yahara Watershed look like in the year 2070.
Exploration of gun violence in Milwaukee and societal issues as contributing factors.
Jerry Apps shares his passion for conservation and local farming with his two grandsons.
Tribal elders share the oral tradition of the Bad River Ojibwe.
The story of one of Wisconsin's great civil rights leaders. Premieres 8pm Monday, Feb. 16.
See how shelter pets can improve people's lives when given the opportunity.
Andreas Sander, a Gestapo Prison expert on the Harnacks' incarceration and interrogation.
A closer look at the anti-Nazi movement and the influence of the University of Wisconsin.
November 2009 presentation by author Anne Nelson at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Milwaukee's Art Heitzer championed efforts to recognize Mildred Fish-Harnack in Wisconsin.
Written Dec. 14, 1942 - Arvid remembers Mildred and Wisconsin. Narrated by Uli Rosenhagen.
Donald Heath, Jr., gives us a first-hand look at the Harnacks' daily lives in Berlin.