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  • The story of one of Wisconsin's great civil rights leaders. Premieres 8pm Monday, Feb. 16.

    01:04

  • See how shelter pets can improve people's lives when given the opportunity.

    01:40

  • Andreas Sander, a Gestapo Prison expert on the Harnacks' incarceration and interrogation.

    12:46

  • A closer look at the anti-Nazi movement and the influence of the University of Wisconsin.

    13:17

  • November 2009 presentation by author Anne Nelson at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    14:56

  • Milwaukee's Art Heitzer championed efforts to recognize Mildred Fish-Harnack in Wisconsin.

    11:20

  • Written Dec. 14, 1942 - Arvid remembers Mildred and Wisconsin. Narrated by Uli Rosenhagen.

    02:33

  • Donald Heath, Jr., gives us a first-hand look at the Harnacks' daily lives in Berlin.

    16:04

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  • It's our dance. It's our legacy. It's our State law. It’s Polka! Coming March 2017.

    00:31

  • Mildred Fish-Harnack is the only American woman executed on direct orders from Hitler.

    01:26

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